Tonight will be colder compared to final night, though mostly dry. A sketchy ice is probable opposite northern Scotland, forward of a strengthening breeze and complicated sleet pulling into a northwest during a early hours of Tuesday morning.
The strongest winds will be in unprotected western and northern coastal counties, with a risk of gales during times. This soppy and breezy continue formula directly from a sirocco that brought blizzards to a easterly seashore of America over a weekend. As this complement trafficked opposite a Atlantic towards us, it has picked adult warmer, wet atmosphere and as a result, rather than snow, we will see sleet and gales opposite a UK.
A continue warning has been released for this spell of rain, with a risk of localised flooding and intensity intrusion to travel, generally as a sleet sets in opposite Scotland and Northern England in time for a morning commute, before swelling south and easterly during a day.
The latest continue warnings can be found on the Met Office website.
ITV continue presenter Manali Lukha with a latest forecast: