Although Monday's forecast is largely for overcast cloud, by Tuesday heavy rain is thought to be setting in.
Unfortunately the nice weather does not stick around much longer.
Surrounding the Amber warning, showing the area likely to witness the greatest impacts, a Yellow warning is in force for a larger area of east and southeast England from the Isle of Wight to the Humber Estuary.
"Please avoid using low-lying footpaths near local watercourses and plan driving routes to avoid low-lying roads near rivers, which may be flooded".
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Weather systems are on the move this week, so already, we will see more showers move in for Thursday. Temperatures will be close to normal, or a little below, with maximum values of 14 to 18 Celsius. Some of the showers late tonight and during the first part of the early morning hours will be heavy, with most areas receiving half an inch to an inch of rain.
"It will be fairly localised with a number of other places seeing almost half of month's rain - so a very wet day". Minimum temperature 7 °C.
A developing area of low pressure moving out of northern France into southern England will bring outbreaks of persistent and sometimes heavy rain initially across SE England and East Anglia this morning before spreading to other parts of England and Wales later. Unseasonably chilly in strengthening onshore winds in the afternoon. Strong onshore winds gradually easing through the day, but still feeling chilly.
Temperatures will stay comfortable and below average for the next several days.The next round of rain will hold off until Wednesday night.
The BBC reports that Thursday will also see heavy rain push into Scotland with the south still affected by showers. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 71.