East Midlands Weather
Fog patches likely tonight. A few showers on Tuesday.
This Evening and Tonight:Dry with light winds and prolonged clear spells. Becoming cold by dawn, with a patchy frost likely in rural areas. A mixture of fog and low cloud will form in Lincolnshire through the early hours, moving slowly westwards. Minimum temperature 0 °C.
Tuesday:A dry morning with plenty of sunshine, any low cloud receding to the coast. Cloudier with a few showers during the afternoon though feeling warm in any spell of sunshine. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:Early rain clearing south on Wednesday, then dry and largely sunny through this period. Feeling warm by daytime though slightly colder along coasts, due to onshore winds. Some overnight frosts.
West Midlands Weather
Remaining settled and dry.
This Evening and Tonight:Staying dry overnight with plenty of clear skies and light winds. There is a risk of a few fog patches and another frost, especially for eastern areas, but overall less widespread than recent nights. Minimum temperature -1 °C.
Tuesday:A warm, fine and largely dry day for most, with cloud bubbling up as the day goes on. The odd isolated shower is possible into the afternoon and evening. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:Largely cloudy on Wednesday, with some scattered showers. Skies clear afterwards, for fine and dry conditions with patchy fair-weather cloud into Thursday and Friday. Overnight frosts remain likely.