Cool conditions are expected to continue across the country throughout the course of the week.
A large area of high pressure over Scandinavia will block the usual weather systems from coming in off the Atlantic, instead resulting in a persistent east or north-easterly flow across the British Isles.
Farmers Weather forecaster Garry Nicholson said: “There will be very little change to the weather story for many days ahead, although we expect a day-to-day variation of cloud amounts, and also the location of showers.
“It will be often dry for many places, but showers will commonly affect eastern counties, at times becoming frequent, and locally heavy early this week. Western areas will fare best for bright skies and sunshine.”
Temperatures will be near or just below average for early October, but will feel chilly in the wind.
Daytime highs will be between 12DegC and 16DegC, warmest in sheltered areas of the south and west areas of the UK.
"Overnight there may be local frost, mostly confined to sheltered locations in the north and west, whilst central, southern and eastern areas will be often cloudy and breezy, preventing temperatures dropping too low,” Mr Nicholson added.
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