There will be rain in the South tomorrow, and just a few showers elsewhere.
Before then, many places will be dry this evening, but there will be some showers around, mainly from Cork and Kerry through to Aberdeenshire and Fife.
Southern Britain will be dry for at time tonight, but the Channel counties can expect rain later.
Elsewhere, northwestern parts will turn dry and clear, while the Scottish border counties and southeast of Ireland will see a few showers moving in.
It will be chilly in the northwest, with a frost possible in places.
Southern England will be largely overcast and wet on Monday morning, with the rain extending into East Anglia, but parts of the southwest may stay dry.
Most other places will be dry with good sunny spells, but northern England, north Wales and southern Scotland will be fairly cloudy with a few showery outbreaks.
There will be some showers in the far North too.
It will be rather cool again, especially near North Sea coasts.
Rain in the South will turn light and patchy later, while southern Scotland and northern England will brighten up.
Central England and south Wales will see a few showers moving in.
Tuesday will be dry with long sunny spells for most, but southeast England will be cloudier with a few showers for a time.
Northwestern parts of Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland can expect some patchy rain later.
It will stay quite cool.