We're looking at a dry few days but it will be cold and frosty. By Friday we'll see a return to something wetter, windier and milder.

High pressure is bringing the settled weather for the next few days and even though it'll drift away to the east we'll just see a bit more cloud in the sky. An area of low pressure will arrive on Friday though.

The rest of today and overnight will stay dry with a little cloud around. Temperatures will drop well below freezing once again with a widespread frost and some dense fog forming. Fog is most likely across Wiltshire but a few patches are likely elsewhere. Lows of minus 4 Celsius are expected, apart from the Isles of Scilly where temperatures will stay above zero.

Frost and fog will take a bit of time to lift on Tuesday but it'll otherwise be another lovely day with plenty of sunshine and light winds. Temperatures should be a bit higher, with highs of 7 or 8 degrees across Gloucestershire and 10 Celsius for Cornwall.

Wednesday and Thursday will be dry with more cloud around and temperatures slowly rising by day. Then on Friday we'll see a spell of wet and windy weather, with temperatures back in double figures for all.