Despite continued cold temperatures, the rest of the Easter weekend will become dry for all and sunny. High pressure takes control of our weather by this evening, putting a stop to the snow flurries in eastern counties.
Snow flurries die away leaving clear skies and a widespread frost. Rurally as low as -6 c.
A dry, bright day with sunny spells. Temperatures will only reach 5 or 6 c, which is about 5 degrees below normal for the time of year. Another frosty night into Easter Monday.
Dry, cold weather next week for all of us. A return of light snow flurries for eastern counties from Wednesday night.