Early light rain clearing overnight. Often sunny tomorrow.
This Evening and Tonight:
Cloud and intermittent rain will clear around midnight, then dry and largely clear later in the night. Becoming chilly in the northerly breeze later as temperatures fall. Minimum Temperature 4C.
A cold start. Dry and often sunny during the day. Feeling fresh in sometimes brisk northerly winds, but winds easing later. A slight frost may form overnight with clear spells. Maximum Temperature 14C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Dry through the period with variable cloud and sunny spells. Feeling pleasantly warm, especially in sheltered areas as winds ease. Sometimes brisk northwesterly winds on Tuesday.
Day 6 to 15
Much colder weather will establish itself across all parts by the end of Friday. The cold feel will be exacerbated by strong northerly winds, touching gale force in parts of the north and northeast. These will blow in plenty of showers, turning wintry, especially across the high ground of northern Britain, but perhaps to lower levels at times in the far north. Widespread overnight frost is likely, with icy stretches where showers have occurred. Then becoming drier from the northwest into the following week, although spells of rain could affect the east and southeast for a time, before a more generally changeable pattern develops as we move into November. Generally staying on the cold side with further overnight frost.
Day 16 to 30
The weather looks changeable and windy at times with bands of rain or showers, interspersed with drier, quieter spells. The wettest and windiest weather is most likely across parts of the north, with perhaps some snow at times over the mountains. Towards the middle of the month, there are signs that high pressure may become more dominant to the north, bringing more generally settled conditions here, but with a greater incidence of overnight frost and fog. Meanwhile, more changeable weather may remain dominant across the south, with some rain here at times, although with any milder spells being short-lived.
Met Office : SE : 2018-10-21T14:45:39