BBC Weather’s Carol Kirkwood warned cloud and patchy rain will hit England by the weekend as a slow-moving weather front in Scotland gradually dawns on the blue skies. Bringing high pressure with it, morning frost is expected as temperatures will drop to -1C in some areas. The Met Office has placed yellow weather warnings across the North-West of Scotland.
Ms Kirkwood said: “Increasingly patchy rain in Scotland and in the Highlands, clear skies once again.
“But where we’ve got the cloud across the rest of Scotland and parts of northern England, the temperatures will hold up.
“We’re looking at some frost while looking at some patchy mist and fog that will lift quite readily tomorrow.
“For the bulk of England and Wales again it’s going to be dry and sunny turning hazy through the day.
“For Scotland and Northern Ireland, we do still have this weather front and it is still going to produce a little bit of rain but not much.
“To the north of that again some dry conditions and sunshine.
“Friday – spot the difference. Our band of cloud will very slowly move southwards although at times we could see a bit of cloud coming in from the breeze.
“By the weekend our weather front eventually makes it to the near continent with high-pressure building in.
The Met Office weather warning is in effect from 6pm on Monday until 12pm on Wednesday.
The warning reads: “Flooding of a few homes and businesses is likely.
“Bus services probably affected with journey times taking longer.
“Spray and flooding on roads probably making journey times longer.
“Some interruption to power supplies and other services is possible.”