Morning mist and fog patches in central and northern areas on Saturday morning. These clearing away quickly. It is going to be a fine morning for many with lots of sunshine, and little change into this afternoon. There will be some patchy cloud around northern coasts of Scotland but elsewhere lots of sunshine throughout the day. Feeling warm in that sunshine, especially in northern England, southern Scotland and the west of Wales, but much cooler to the south in the strong east wind. Highs at 11 to 15C
Clear skies for many parts of the UK and Ireland overnight. Light winds across northern Wales, northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland will b leading to a widespread frost forming here. Stronger winds to the south restricting the frost risk here. There could be some lower cloud affecting Orkney and Shetland. Lows near -3C under the clearer skies in the north, 5C in the breeze to the south.
High pressure is going to be centred over Scotland on Sunday. An increasing risk of some cloud affecting eastern coasts of Scotland and England, but western areas stay relatively cloud free with the best of sunshine throughout. A general increase in cloud in central and eastern areas as the day progresses. Once again winds will be strong in the far south making it feel chilly here. Highs at 12 to 16C.
High pressure is going to be drifting to the northeast of Scotland on Monday. It is likely that there will be more cloud around than on recent days, most of it again through more eastern and southern areas. There could be a few spots of drizzle on eastern coasts and hills too. Sunny spells in the west of Wales, northwest England and western Scotland and perhaps becoming brighter in the far south of England in the afternoon. Highs at a cooler 11 to 14C.