It will remain disappointingly cold for August, with temperatures under 20C until later next week.
While northern parts are set for rain and blustery weather, central and southern areas will be drier with some sunny spells.
Tomorrow holds spells of sunshine and showers, but on the whole it will be disappointingly cool for this time of year.
Temperatures are still struggling.
It will be chilly for the time of year again tonight - and another cool feel for most of us again tomorrow. But at least there'll be brighter skies and sunny spells.
Any showers will tend to be few and far between.
Like most of the near continent temperatures will remain on the low side for mid August. We'll need to wait until the tail end of next week before things slowly start to warm up again.
By Lucy Verasamy: ITV Weather Presenter
Another cool day with rain becoming more showery and easing as it drifts its way from north to south. Otherwise, there will be spells of sunshine.
Temperatures will be no more than 15C in the north and 19C further south - very disappointing for the time of year.
It will be a rather chilly start for much of the UK with mainly cloudy conditions across much of the north.
Showery outbreaks of rain will slowly spread south throughout the day, however it will remain largely dry and bright in the south east with sunny spells.
Things will turn brighter in the north later but temperatures remain cool for this time of year with highs of 19C.
It's a tale of two halves weather-wise for the next 24 hours, with heavy cloud and rain in the north and drier, sunny spells in the south.
The rain will sink southwards overnight, but the pattern will resume by tomorrow morning.
Temperatures across the board will be cooler even when the sun is out however, with highs of just 17C or 18C (62F to 64F).
It will be fairly bright and fairly dry across most of the UK going into Wednesday afternoon.
More cloud and rain is starting to nose in over parts of Scotland, with a fairly cool feel for everyone.
Highs today of 20C in the south today. As we go into the night, the next weather system will start to work its way south from the northern parts of Scotland, bringing rain with it.
It will be another cool day despite many places staying dry with a good deal of sunshine.
Whilst there will be some scattered showers, these should be lighter and less frequent than yesterday.
Cloud and rain will gradually spread across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north east overnight but it will remain dry and cool further south.
A chilly summer's night ahead - but there'll be more sunshine for most of us tomorrow.
Temperatures will remain below average for the time of year. We've not seen August temperatures this low since August 2006.