Another mostly cloudy day is expected into Monday at the moment with some residual patchy light rain and drizzle in places too, but this slowly fizzling out through the day and with then emphasis on drier weather developing through the afternoon and evening, albeit still with a lot of cloud continuing. Highs 4C to 9C.
Mostly cloudy and damp conditions will prevail into Monday night across many areas with further light rain or drizzle at times, but with some drier and clearer intervals developing from the west later in the day. Further risk of some extensive low cloud and hill fog in places, bringing locally poor visibility. Lows 2C to 5C.
Patchy rain and drizzle perhaps lingering across some eastern areas of England, otherwise emphasis is on drier weather developing with some bright or sunny spells too, especially in the north and west. Cooler, if not colder than previous days. Highs 3C to 7C.
Colder for all on Wednesday with high pressure expected over much of the British Isles. There will be broken cloud and some sunshine in the west, but it may be that more cloud affects eastern and perhaps south-eastern areas with may be a heightened risk of some snow flurries developing here. Winds becoming NE'ly, but perhaps still SW'ly in the far north and west. Temperatures reaching a chilly 2C to 6C with overnight frost.