Murky with rain or drizzle persisting most of the night.
This Evening and Tonight:
Rain easing though remaining light and patchy for many, though possibly becoming drier towards dawn. Some light winds with hill fog likely over the highest ground. Further outbreaks of rain moving in from the west later. Minimum Temperature 6C.
Persistent and often heavy rain clearing eastward early afternoon. Dry and largely sunny in the afternoon, though feeling cool in the strengthening wind with perhaps the odd shower across Kent. Maximum Temperature 12C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Dry with light winds and plenty of sunshine during this period. Some chilly nights though, with localised grass frosts at first. Daytime temperatures trending upwards, particularly on Wednesday.
Day 6 to 15
Through the remainder of September the weather should stay largely settled with long spells of sunshine and generally light winds. Northern and northwestern areas may be more changeable at times, with stronger winds and some outbreaks of rain, which may occasionally extend a little further east and south. Overnight, pockets of mist and fog are possible, especially in the south although it should remain mostly dry here. By day it will be warm for many, but some nights will be chilly with patchy frost possible. Into early October, many areas are likely to remain mostly settled, but it is likely to turn generally colder. Southern parts are likely to see the driest weather, but some wet and windy weather is possible in the north.
Day 16 to 30
Generally settled and drier conditions are likely to dominate across many parts of the UK during the beginning of this period, particularly across the south. This should bring a good deal of sunshine with any wet and windy weather, likely to be mostly confined to the north. Long nights will lead to a greater chance of fog and patchy frost, but the days will often be mild. Towards the middle of the month, there is considerable uncertainty in the forecast, with the chance that it may turn more unsettled across all parts, although this is most likely to be across the north.
Met Office : SE : 2018-09-22T14:30:05