Thicker cloud and residual rain perhaps lingering near the Essex and Suffolk coast, but becoming brighter further west after early low cloud and patchy fog disperse, with some pleasant afternoon sunshine. Temperatures near or just above average. Mostly light winds.
Maximum temperature 10 °C.
Cloud soon thickening from the south and west, with outbreaks of rain perhaps spreading northeast towards midnight, locally heavy. Stronger winds developing later in the night, especially towards the Wash.
Minimum temperature 4 °C.
Residual outbreaks of rain will gradually clear north and east to leave sunny spells and just an isolated shower for the afternoon. Strong winds gradually easing, and feeling colder.
Maximum temperature 9 °C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday
Friday, becoming wet and windy, but milder. Saturday, very windy with scattered blustery showers, feeling colder again. Sunday, considerable uncertainty but perhaps a spell of rain with possible strong winds.