A mostly dry day but areas of freezing fog and low cloud will be slow to clear, and may persist for some places, especially parts of eastern England. Elsewhere some sunshine but chilly nonetheless after a frost in places.
Starting dry and frosty, with fog patches possible in the east. Strong winds and rain reaching western areas by midnight, perhaps turning to snow in places as it pushes east.
Rain, sleet and snow in some eastern areas for a time, giving a cover of snow in places. Brighter weather following from west, with scattered showers in west and northwest.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Dry with sunny spells for most, showers and rain for the northwest. Rain arriving Tuesday for all but the far north. Cold north, mild in the south. Generally breezy.