The country can expect patches of sunshine and mild temperatures as we draw into the school half term.
Despite the occasional patches of rain moving in a southeasterly direction, milder temperatures and westerly winds are set for the UK this week.
As the low cloud and patches of chilly fog that emerged yesterday clears, Britain can expect to enjoy milder weather and highs of 50-54F (10-12C), with the highest temperatures expected to peak at 57-59F (14-15C) by the end of the week.
The sun is spotted rising behind a ship on the North Sea just off the coast at Whitley Bay, North Tyneside, North East England
As the low cloud and patches of chilly fog that emerged yesterday clear, Britain can expect milder weather and highs of 50-54F (10-12C)
The beaming sun rises into the sky as the UK sets itself for patches of sunshine and mild temperatures this coming week
Two great crested grebes sit a nest partially built from discarded litter on the South Quay of the Isle of Dogs, east London
Parts of Scotland may also see snow reach its highest peaks.
Today is expected to remain mostly dry, with a chance of blustery showers moving east from western Scotland and Northern Ireland.
As the night approaches the patches of rain will move across East Anglia and southeast England.
Coming into Monday, the southeast will stay cloudy with patchy rain as blustery winds take form in the northwest.
The forecast for the rest of the week is expected to remain mainly dry and bright in the southeast but unsettled and often windy in the northwest.
The UK can expect spells of sunshine and dry weather as the band of cloud and rain spreads east throughout the day
Today will begin with plenty of sunshine however increasing patchy rain will move southeast. The weather is expected to remain dry throughout the week
As the country sets itself up for patches of rain and sunshine, the pair of great crested grebe were pictured sitting on their nest today
The birds mate on the nest in the South Quay of the Isle of Dogs, east London, as the country sets itself for milder temperatures