A chilly and bright start, although it will turn cloudier through the day. Outbreaks of rain are possible, mainly in the north of the country but it should otherwise be dry. Winds will be much lighter. Maximum temperature 10 deg C (50 deg F).
Mostly dry with some clear spells but a few showers may continue in places. Cold enough for a few fog patches by morning. Minimum temperature 2 deg C (36 deg F).
It should stay largely dry with bright or sunny spells and just a few showers, these mainly in the west. Maximum temperature 11 deg C (52 deg F).
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Mostly dry and cloudy although occasional spells of rain or drizzle are possible, mainly in the west. Temperatures should be a little above average.
A very windy day with rain, heavy at times, spreading southwards and fragmenting. Some clear spells following from the north in the evening, and turning colder. Maximum temperature 10 deg C (50 deg F).
A few wintry showers may affect northern parts of the country but it should otherwise be dry with clear spells and much lighter winds. Patchy frost possible. Minimum temperature 0 deg C (32 deg F).
A mostly dry day but fairly cloudy with a few further showers possible in the north and west. Feeling colder but winds staying light. Maximum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Mostly dry and rather cloudy but a few bright spells are likely. Occasional light rain or drizzle is possible too, mainly in the west. Becoming less cold.
A bright start for many, but for others there's lots of cloud around with pretty strong and blustery winds.
Add that to the rain and it's going to be pretty miserable in places. Mild temperatures though with highs of 10 degrees Celsius.
Cloud and patchy rain across the country will clear away southwards through the morning, and then dry and predominantly sunny conditions will follow from the north. Despite the sunshine, it will feel chilly in the northwesterly breeze. Maximum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).
Overnight it will remain dry and clear, which will allow a widespread frost to develop, especially across southern parts. However, later in the night, winds will gradually increase. Minimum temperature -2 deg C (28 deg F).
Winds strengthening during the morning, with gale to severe gale force winds developing in some exposed northern parts, as a spell of locally heavy rain moves southwards through the afternoon. Maximum temperature 11 deg C (52 deg F).
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Feeling cold on Friday, with some sunshine and winds easing through the day. Then turning cloudier and slightly milder during the weekend, with some patchy rain and drizzle.
A few fog patches possible this morning, most likely for sheltered eastern areas. Then another largely cloudy day, though occasional breaks will allow a little brightness. Dry for most, but the odd shower is possible, mainly towards the west. Maximum temperature 7 deg C (45 deg F).
A mostly dry start to the night, but a band of rain will spread from the north through the early hours. North Wales could see clearer conditions by morning. Minimum temperature 3 deg C (37 deg F).
Cloud and rain in the south soon clearing, then largely dry and mainly sunny, though feeling chilly in the northwesterly breeze. An isolated shower is possible in the north. Maximum temperature 7 deg C (45 deg F).
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Bright but increasingly windy on Thursday, with some rain through the evening. Largely dry, bright and cold on Friday, the odd wintry shower possible in the north. Cloudier on Saturday.