It's looking drier this afternoon, but tomorrow and Wednesday will be cold, showery and blustery, followed by wetter, milder weather later in the week.
A strong northwesterly wind will bring frequent showers across the south west for the next couple of days but a couple of areas of low pressure will develop and move in later this week, bringing milder air but also some rain.
For the rest of today though it looks mostly dry and cloudy but skies will clear during the first part of the night, allowing temperatures to drop. Scattered showers will arrive after midnight, along with strengthening winds, but we'll still have lows of 3 or 4 degrees.
Tuesday will be a much colder day, and also a sunnier one, but showers will continue throughout, frequent and heavy. By the afternoon it'll be cold enough for sleet and snow across the hill tops and moors, and the wind will make it feel much colder than the 7 or 8 degrees on the charts.
Wednesday will be a very similar day, followed by a few outbreaks of rain on Thursday as the weather systems start to arrive. Friday will be a wetter day but also a milder one with temperatures back into double figures.