Any showers becoming restricted to the north of Scotland this evening, leaving a dry and clear night across the UK, with some fog patches forming by dawn. Turning cold with a widespread ground frost and a local air frost developing.
Dry and fine for many once any fog clears, with a few showers in the far north. Increasingly cloudy in the far southwest during the afternoon, with some rain later.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
A southwest-northeast split. The northeast will be largely dry with sunny spells by day but also chilly nights, while the southwest will be cloudier with occasional rain, but mild overnight.