After a chilly start to Sunday it's turning out to be another beautiful day with glorious sunshine pretty much everywhere. That said we'll see some fairweather cloud bubbling up during the day. Temperatures a degree or so up on yesterday with highs of 17, maybe 18C.
It will feel a touch cooler near the coast as a sea breeze develops.
Overnight the temperatures tumble again, not as low as last night but still low enough for a touch of rural grass frost. Later on more cloud builds from the west and the wind increases.
Bank Holiday Monday, like it seems with every Bank Holiday, sees rain on the way. It pushes in from the west during the day. It's likely to turn heavy on higher ground and by the end of the day some places could see in excess of an inch of rain.
By the end of the day, everywhere will have seen some wet weather and that will hit temperatures with highs of 13-14C. It will also be rather windy around the coasts.