A dry and fine few days to come with some sunshine for the rest of today and into tomorrow, but things will turn cloudier from midweek. There will also be some foggy nights and it will stay cold.
High pressure is sticking around this week but pulling away to the west allowing more cloud to feed in. There's even a weak front moving through on Wednesday adding further cloud.
A fine end to the day with another clear and cold night to come. Temperatures will widely drop below freezing with lows of a minus 3 or minus 4 Celsius. As well as a frost there will be some dense freezing fog patches too, perhaps even icy stretches across the moors where roads are wet.
Frost will take some time to clear tomorrow morning, as will any fog, but it'll be another fine day with plenty of winter sunshine and light winds. Colder than today though highs around 6 degrees across Gloucestershire and 8 degrees for Cornwall. The Isles of Scilly should make double figures though.
For the rest of the week we'll see more cloud in the sky and some further foggy nights. It'll stay mostly dry and cold too, with hints of some changeable weather arriving by the weekend.