Scotland and eastern England will have a cold, frosty, icy start to the night as temperatures fall. Cloud with outbreaks of rain and brisk winds, will move in from the west overnight with wintry sleet and snow for highland Scotland.
Grey and gloomy on Thursday with misty low cloud, hill fog and rain, particularly heavy places. Becoming drier from the west during the afternoon. Windy with strong gusts and coastal gales. Noticeably milder air into the west. Elsewhere staying chilly, but not as cold as it has been.
An unsettled end to the week with further outbreaks of rain. Often windy, but as cold air gives way, feeling a little milder when sheltered with temperatures climbing above average for the time of year.