The forecast for Tuesday morning will be much drier compared to the wet and windy weather on Monday. The UK is going to see a different side to the fall as Tuesday starts with some fog and cool temperatures.
However, in the far north, where the weather fronts will last until Tuesday morning, it will continue to be rather humid and mild.
The southern parts of the country are under great pressure, but further north the isobars are narrow enough to avoid fog in parts of Scotland.
But there will be a lot of clouds in the north with cooler temperatures in the far east of Scotland.
First, there will be some rain breaks in the far north and northwest.
Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern said, "There's plenty of cloud cover for Northern Ireland and the North of England too, and it shimmers all over East England.
"But the best of the sun will be in the middle of Wales, South Wales, in the south and southeast of England.
"Look for dense fog in some places.
I suspect it will be the kind of fog that comes and goes.
READ MORE: UK Weather Forecast: Temperatures are sinking overnight
The Tuesday evening gets pretty wet again and goes to the western islands.
Further south, there will be clear times that can lead to some cool spots on Wednesday.
In the extreme southeast, however, there is "a change on the way".
Mr. McGivern added, "This warm front carries relatively humid air and lots of cloud cover.
"And this warm front squeezes between a high pressure ridge to the north and west of Scotland.
"After this early foggy start in the UK, the sun is shining, but only for a while, because you can see the cloud cover moving forward from both sides.
"Best sunshine in Northern England, West Wales and South West England."
Elsewhere, there will be a lot of clouds as the warm front gets increasingly rainier.
When the warm front penetrates into the central parts of the country, there will be a big temperature difference.
Temperatures could reach 15 ° C (59 ° F) or 16 ° C (61 ° F) in some areas.