A 'blip' in our settled September weather story on Sunday, as cloud and outbreaks of rain invade the north west.
The good news is it's just for one day. High pressure builds back in from Monday.
High pressure at this time of year can mean some lovely settled summery days but nights will be chilly under clearer skies. Expect even a touch of frost Sunday and Monday night with some morning mist and fog a risk too.
Cloud continues to build. Outbreaks of rain will spread south overnight. Turning foggy over high ground, with brisk winds easing. Lows 9°C.
Rather cloudy with spells of rain and drizzle throughout the day, and fog lingering over the hills. Rain could 'pep up' for a time into the afternoon with some moderate to heavy bursts over hills. Initial highs in the south 19°C. Fresher from the north later as skies clear.
Improving Monday with a dry daytime outlook, including some sunny spells. Potential grass frost into Tuesday with a misty cold start but staying dry with variable cloud and sunny spells.