Many in the southwest of England, Wales and Northern Ireland will wake up to sunny conditions before rain lashes the country.
Fortunately, the sunshine will cut through the clouds on occasion – leaving Brits in drier conditions at times.
Met Office meteorologist, Simon Partridge, said clear skies were due in many parts of the UK.
He added: “As Storm Hannah moves southeastwards we will see drier and lighter conditions across the UK.
“It will still be cloudy in the east and we can expect some rain there but in the west, we’re expecting clear skies.”
More settled conditions will be ushered in on Monday due to an area of high pressure, according to the forecaster.
He added: “On the whole, it will be milder. Rain will move eastwards during Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by sunshine and showers.”
Devon and Cornwall could be on the receiving end of poorer conditions see rainfall continue into Monday.
“Rain will move eastwards during Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by sunshine and showers”
London Marathon runners will also endure miserable conditions today but the capital is expected to experience highs of 20C on Wednesday.
It comes after Storm Hannah crashed into the UK, leaving flights grounded and thousands without power.
The storm unleashed strong winds and heavy rain on Friday before drying out overnight.
A yellow wind warning covering Wales and central and southern England is in force until 3pm, with the Met Office warning of travel disruption and more power cuts.