Fine for the rest of today and feeling a little warmer too, but clear skies tonight will give a frost for most of us.
High pressure remains in charge and to the west of the UK, feeding in some chilly air. By the end of the week it'll have meandered towards the south of the UK and bring higher temperatures.
The rest of today will be fine and dry with clear skies lasting overnight for most of us. Winds will be light and temperatures will drop close to freezing. Cold spots, like Yeovilton, may drop to minus 3 or 4 Celsius but the Isles of Scilly should stay on the mild side.
A cold start then but a sunny one too, with cloud rolling in during the day. It'll be dry but winds will switch to a northerly and temperatures will only make 9 or 10 degrees, giving a colder feel.
The rest of the week looks dry too, with quite a lot of cloud around on Thursday. Once the high pressure moves to the south though, we'll see more sunshine and eventually temperatures in the low teens by the time we get to the weekend.