by Chris England, weather producer
Sunday 31 December 2023 at 17:00 UK time
Storm Geraldine will clear tomorrow, but another Atlantic storm will bring rain and strong winds to the southern and central parts later.
Ahead of that, it will be very wet this evening, with rain concentrated in the west with hail and thunder possible, but the north of mainland Scotland looks mainly dry.
Storms near the southern and northeastern coasts will begin to subside.
Rain will continue in many areas for some time tonight, extending over northwest England, but southern parts will largely dry later.
Expect some snow over the Scottish mountains.
It will become less windy, with frost appearing in rural areas in the quieter north.
Monday morning will be quieter with sunny spells for most.
Early rain in the north will largely fade, but south Wales, southwest England and southern Ireland will see clouds and showers by midday.
Temperatures will be a degree or two higher than today, and lighter winds mean the weather will be relatively mild.
Northern Ireland, Ireland, Wales and southern England will become wet and windy later, with storms developing around the southwest coasts.
Meanwhile, the weather in northern England and Scotland will be mostly good, although there will be a few mainly coastal showers.
Mostly evening rain is expected overnight and into Tuesday morning, with showers in the central parts, but rain will continue in the far north and south.
Expect some snow on the northern hills.