Light winds and clear skies will allow temperatures to dip readily overnight, possibly to freezing in rural spots. A widespread frost is likely come dawn.
Tomorrow is shaping up nicely - another fine day with sunny spells and highs of 13C. The chance of the odd light shower mainly affecting southern areas.
Overnight Saturday into Sunday we see a breakdown in our weather as low pressure begins to take charge. This low pressure will mark a change to more unsettled weather from Easter Sunday onwards. We can expect a lot more in the way of cloud as well as outbreaks of rain, heavy at times on Sunday. Winds will strengthen too.
It remains rather cloudy and breezy on Easter Monday with rain at times.
Click below for the forecast for Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex -
Click below for the forecast for Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire -