UK weather forecast: We're moving away from the frosty weather to something wetter, windier and milder for the southwest

The rest of this week is looking more changeable with outbreaks of rain and strong winds. It'll be much milder too both by day and by night.

That's because low pressure is in charge bringing fronts across the West Country and also milder air, so good news if you're not a fan of frost!

Outbreaks of rain will continue to spread in during this evening and overnight, turning more persistent and heavy by morning. Winds will strengthen too so it will be a lot milder than the last few nights with temperatures only dropping to 7 or 8 Celsius.

A wet commute on Friday then, but rain will ease back to something brighter with a scattering of heavy and blustery showers by late morning. Parts of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly should have a mostly dry and fine afternoon, but winds will gust up to 40 mph, particularly around the coasts and across hills. Temperatures will reach a very mild 13 degrees.

Saturday looks like the best day of the weekend with some early sunshine followed by a cloudier afternoon. However, Sunday will be very wet and even windier with severe gales. Winds will ease on Monday and there should be some sunshine but it won't last that long...