Sunday brought 7.8 hours of warm sunshine that saw the thermometer rise to 12.2C, which was 4.5C above the 37-year average. However, the wind having veered further into the east and picked up speed with a maximum gust of 18mph, meant it felt a little chilly out of the sun.
Cloud drifted in from the North Sea overnight that meant a frost free night with a minimum of 2.3C. However, the low cloud meant a foggy start to Monday with visibility initially restricted to 1,000m.
The high-pressure has been easing away and lost 10mb of pressure with a current reading at 08.00 of 1032mb so the weather is on the change.