Lets start on a positive note - the weather may be heading downhill but at least it is nowhere near as cold as it was last night, where Capel Curig in North Wales shivered in at -5.5c So here's how the next 24 hours are shaping up:
Tonight: Mostly dry at first with clear spells in the north, before cloud increases from the south bringing a chance of spots of rain later. Generally frost free. Minimum Temperature 4 °C.
Wednesday: A mainly cloudy day with outbreaks of rain or drizzle, perhaps some heavy bursts. Feeling cool in a brisk southeasterly wind with hill and some coastal fog in the south. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.