Across the far south of England, about south of the M4 corridor, be cloudy this morning with outbreaks of rain. Quite a bit of cloud to for eastern parts of England and northern Scotland with the risk of a few showers developing. Elsewhere it will be dry with sunny spells after a cold, frosty start. For the afternoon. It will be rather cloudy from East Anglia down through the south Midlands, into southwest England with some patchy bits of rain. The rest of the country will have a day of sunnier spells scattered showers. Expect top temperatures today of 8 to 10 Celsius.
We keep a good deal of cloud across the far south and southeast of England through the course of this evening and tonight with some light rain lingering near the southern coasts. The rest of the country. Under clear skies and light winds will see it turning very cold with a widespread and sharp frost developing. Expect minimum temperatures tonight of -1 to -5C but 3 to 5C in the south.
So Sunday starts quite cold and frosty start, but dry and sunny. Though the extreme south east may remain cloudy today with some patchy rain. Later in the morning scattered showers develop across eastern parts of England and Scotland. In the afternoon the showers develop more widely, some locally heavy ones to come, though the south west of England should stay dry and dry. A cold day today with below normal temperatures for this time of year with maximums of 9 to 11 Celsius. It will be dry this evening and overnight with clear skies and light winds, we expect quite a widespread and sharp frost.
Monday sees outbreaks of rain spreading into Northern Ireland, Wales and southwest England in the morning, and this spreads into all except East Anglia, the East Midlands and southeast England during the course of the afternoon. Here expect a few well scattered showers. This evening looks rather wet across much of the country than during the night, the rain clears the south to scattered showers and persists across Scotland. Today High temperatures today of 8 to 12 Celsius.