UK Forecast- December 02, 2016
Cold & mostly dry
Early morning frost
High pressure brings a still day for many on Saturday. This allows for fog in the morning across parts of the Midlands, Wales and northern England with patchier fog elsewhere. This is likely to be lifting to leave broken cloud for many areas. There will be some brighter spells, although it's hard to say exactly where these will be. Not as cold as it has been of late. Highs at 4 to 7C.
Skies are hinted to become clearer overnight into Sunday as drier air moves in fro the continent. It may become breezier too in the south and through Ireland. There is still the risk of some isolated fog patches across Scotland and the far northeast of England. The highest risk of a frost is in Scotland too. Lows near 04C in Scotland, around 0C elsewhere.
High pressure is going to be centred east of the country through Sunday. It is likely to be a fair morning with some spells of sunshine, although feeling chilly in the breezy across England, wales and Ireland. Morning mist and fog patches lifting from Scotland and the far northeast of England to leave the day dry here with sunny spells. Highs near 4 to 7C, but perhaps to 10C in the far southwest of England.
Pressure remains high across the UK and Ireland on Monday, but a weak front affects Ireland. This brings more cloud here and the threat of some patchy rain here during the day. A few spots of rain may affect western Wales too. Rather murky for much of England and western Scotland with the best of any brightness towards the east. A cold day for most at 3 to 5C but up to 11C in the far southwest and nearer 8C in Ireland.