Mostly sunny and dry with light winds, but remaining cold with a slow thaw of any lying snow. One or two snow shower are possible, these mainly during the afternoon. Widespread overnight frost developing with ice reforming across untreated surfaces. Maximum temperature 5°C.
A very cold and clear night is in prospect with a widespread hard frost. Some freezing fog is likely to develop, especially later in the night, and locally becoming dense. Minimum temperature -5°C.
Early freezing fog Thursday morning with some brightness. Cloud soon increasing with strong winds, rain and snow arriving by afternoon, occasionally heavy giving risk of disruption. Coastal gales possible. Maximum temperature 4°C.
OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
Friday cold, cloudy and breezy with some showery rain and snow. Saturday and Sunday probably drier and brighter but confidence is currently low for detail. Staying cold with overnight frosts.