Sunday saw the thermometer rise to 11.7C in the modest breeze that varied between west-southwest and west-northwest. This peak was 1.6C above the 37-year average. It was the fifth dry day this month.
The thermometer dipped overnight to give a minimum 1.4C just before dawn being 2.4C below the November average.
Monday brought a little brightness first thing but encroaching cloud from the west, in advance of a warm weather front, meant no strong sunshine. The centre of the high pressure, holding high again, is just to the west of Portugal and will bring a breeze from the southwest today.