Better than average temperatures for the time of year again today - but don't expect clear blue skies.
There'll be cloud as well as some rain drifting into western counties now and again.
Mild or warm for many of us - but a little close and muggy in places with dull and damp skies.
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Early mist and low cloud will slowly lift across central and eastern parts of the UK to leave warm sunny spells by the afternoon.
Meanwhile, cloud and outbreaks of rain will move from Northern Ireland into Central and Western Scotland as well as North West England and West Wales through the rest of today.
Feeling warm in the sunshine as temperatures reach 22 Celsius in London.
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The pleasant weather is coming to an end for the north and west, whilst bright spells in the south will remain. Overnight, a cold front will move in from the Atlantic, bringing a few fresh showers with it.
ITV Weather Presenter Becky Mantin has the latest.
As the new week begins, central and eastern areas of England this afternoon are set for showers and even the odd rumble of thunder, but it will still feel pleasant for all.
Much of Wales and Northern Ireland will have sunny spells, although the best of the dry and bright weather is saved for northern parts of Scotland.
ITV Weather Presenter Becky Mantin has the latest forecast:
Locally dense fog patches will slowly clear across southern England to leave a day of sunshine and scattered showers over southern parts of the British Isles.
Some heavy and potentially thundery showers are possible across Wales and parts of northern England this afternoon.
Meanwhile, rain will die out in the far north and northwest to leave much of Scotland and Northern Ireland with a dry and bright day.
Top temperature 21 Celsius (70F).
There have been highs of 24C today which is good for September and that will continue overnight with mild temperatures across Britain.
There will be patches of drizzly rain in parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland lasting into tomorrow.
Fog will be slow to shift tomorrow morning meaning there will be poor visibility for the journey into work.
ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the latest forecast: