Fog will be an issue overnight tonight causing poor visibility on the roads, extra time may be required if you are heading out.
This afternoon brighter skies will creep northwards giving us some sunny spells in southern counties. Elsewhere it will remain fairly cloudy. We are importing slightly cooler air too so feeling a little fresher than yesterday with highs of 12c.
This evening we'll have celar breaks for a while allowing temperatures to drop and with the light wind fog patches will develop. This will be extensive and cause tricky driving conditions. We can expect lows of 5c overnight with a touch of frost but nothing too widespread.
We start Thursday with foggy conditions and if anything the fog will thicken rather than clear through the morning. The sun isn't very strong this time of year and with the light winds there isn't much energy to shift the low cloud. In parts of Lincolnshire the fog will linger all day, it will gradually turn a little brighter in western locations. Temperatures will reach 8c so feeling cool especially in the east under the low cloud.
On Friday the wind will pick up slightly clearing any overnight fog and we should see some brightness before the day is out.
Saturday will bring cloudy and wet weather as a band of rain sweeps south and eastwards.
Sunday will be dry and sunny but cold!