Apart from an isolated light shower in the east, it will be dry with some sunshine at times, the best in the west.
Still cold in the chilly northeasterly breeze.
Maximum temperature 8 °C.
Isolated light showers across the east perhaps giving a dusting of snow.
Otherwise a dry night with clear spells developing especially in the west.
Minimum temperature -3 °C.
Temperatures remain well below average for the time of year - by day and by night - for the week ahead.
At the start of April we would normally expect the daytime average to be between 9-11C and we are getting 6C at best.
It's a mainly dry outlook with cloudier skies developing by midweek when we will see the return of a stronger, northeasterly wind - which will again peg back the feel of the already struggling temperatures and re-introduce a significant wind chill.
Eastern areas will be at greatest risk of snow flurries from any thicker cloud being brought in off the North Sea. Western areas will always hold the best chance of getting some sunshine.
Widespread frosts will continue by night
A cold, frosty but bright start with a good deal of sunshine.
During the afternoon winds will freshen for coasts and more cloud will develop in the east.
It should remain dry and bright with continued sunny spells, especially in the west.
Highs 6/7C but a freshening easterly breeze.
A mainly dry day with variable cloud and sunny spells.
A freshening breeze throughout the day with temperatures still struggling.
It should feel fairly pleasant in the sunshine out of the breeze.
Another widespread, sharp frost with a similar day in store for holiday Monday.
Temperatures dipped to their lowest of this current cold spell overnight Saturday.
Shap got down to -8.7C and Eskdale -7.1C.
Further north, into Scotland, an exceptionally cold -12C for March.
Although the period changes each year this Easter is now officially the coldest on record.