Any mist or fog patches quickly dispersing in the morning, to leave a dry day with variable cloud and good sunny spells.
Feeling much warmer, with light sea breezes developing.
Maximum temperature 16 °C.
A mostly dry and cold night with variable amounts of cloud, some clear spells and generally light winds, with the chance of a few mist or fog patches developing later.
Minimum temperature 2 °C.
Swirling low pressure to the south - calm and clear high pressure to the north.
Fortunately it's the high pressure that will dominate this weekend - enjoy!
The radar shows the centre of the low pressure over east Anglia.
But we are not out of the woods yet. We still have very strong winds, especially in the east and over higher ground. A scattering of showers will continue into the evevning.
There are fears that a crumbling cliff face near Barnard Castle could lead to a fatal accident unless repairs are carried out quickly. Residents are organising a petition to get something done about the castle before it's too late.
It will be another rather cloudy and chilly day with showers, but becoming drier during the afternoon.
Strong northeasterly winds, with gales at first near the coast.
Maximum temperature 12 °C.