Enjoy the warm weather while you can, as sadly Britain’s spell of late summer sunshine finally looks to be coming to an end.
Tuesday will still be mainly dry and unseasonably mild across much of the UK, according to the Met Office, with highs of 23C in East Anglia, and 22C in the North, East Midlands, London and South East.
Mid Wales and South Wales could see 18C. Elsewhere, the temperatures seem already to have turned, with 16C forecast in Northern Ireland, 15C on the east coast of Scotland, and 14C further west.
A band of rain threatens to move across Northern Ireland and Scotland, bringing with it some strong winds and, most likely, the start of an autumnal feel. It is set to move southeast in the evening, releasing showers across central and eastern England and lingering in the northwest.
The rest of the week is expected to be much colder, with the first overnight frost surfacing in Scotland and northern England.
Wednesday may be windier with showers and even prolonged spells of rain in many parts of the UK, some of it heavy. The best of the weather will be on the South Coast, with highs of around 18C, compared to 17C in London, 16C in Cardiff, 13C in Belfast, and 11C in Edinburgh.
It could, at least, become drier and less windy into the weekend. More details are available on the Met Office website.