High pressure keeps hold of the reins this week, little change from day to day.
After a frosty, icy night, this morning will be mainly dry and cloudy; a possible flurry in the air, but these are not especially likely.
If you do however see an isolated shower, then with temperatures up a degree or so on yesterday's values, they are likely to be of rain or sleet, rather than sleet or snow.
There'll be a bit of a breeze blowing, especially over Lincolnshire 15 to 20mph. Highest temperatures still several degrees below the average for the time of year, which is around 8c 46f.
Not much change from Tuesday through to Thursday.
Cloudy with temperatures increasing, an odd spot of drizzle possible here and there but mainly dry. The wind should ease through the week. Fog patches becoming more likely nearer Thursday. Also more in the way of ground frost rather than air frost as the week wears on.