Mist and freezing fog will gradually clear during the morning to leave a dry day with sunny spells developing, and some respectable temperatures.
Some coastal parts in the east may remain misty, cloudy and therefore rather cold too.
Mist and freezing fog will gradually clear during the morning to leave a dry day with sunny spells, although some coastal parts may stay misty and rather cloudy.
Maximum temperature 9 °C.
A cold night with clear periods and light winds.
This will allow a widespread frost to form. Mist and some freezing fog patches are also expected to develop towards dawn.
Minimum temperature -2 °C.
A generally fine day with some patchy cloud.
Clear spells overnight will lead to frost and fog towards dawn.
Although there may be a few clear breaks during the first part of the night, bringing a touch of frost to sheltered areas, it's a most dry and fairly cloudy night. Winds light with mist and fog in places. Lows 1-3C.
A cloudy, misty start for Monday morning with occasional cloud breaks. A dry day with increasing amounts of sunshine by afternoon. Highs up to 6C at the coast and 8C inland. A light but noticeable breeze compared to the calm conditions during the last few days.
A slow improvement this afternoon. After a grey start cloud should lift and thin a little producing a few brighter intervals, especially as we head towards dusk.
Mainly dry with highs up to 10C. Winds remaining light.
Cold and clear start tonight but cloud will reform after midnight.
It was a lovely start to Saturday. Not quite as settled for Sunday.
Overnight: Cloud will continue to thicken from the north, and lower. A fairly murky night with hill fog. Lows of 3/4C for many areas. Mostly dry but a 'dampness' in the air.
Sunday: Starts off rather gloomy - grey, damp and feeling cold. The low cloud should lift a little into the afternoon and thin to give occasional bright spells. Highs of 8C.