After another frosty, icy night, things are looking brighter this morning. Some pockets of mist and fog around though first thing.
Skies will start to cloud over during the day as a warm front pushes across, but it will mainly only affect the northern half of the region with patchy, light rain during the afternoon.
Temperatures will be higher than of late, but still down on where they should be for the time of year - and still feeling a little cool at 5 or 6c.
Tonight, less cold than of late with more cloud overhead, then lots of cloud with sunny spells first thing tomorrow, patchy rain arriving later on Sunday but it won't be especially heavy. It'll be breezy and cloudy, not feeling like a heatwave in spite of recovering temperatures.
Less cold then, but just for a brief interlude as a cold N/NE'erly dominates next week. Turning increasingly cold from Monday onwards, with the risk of snow through the East Midlands on Tuesday.