A misty start in sheltered areas on Saturday morning. The mist lifts into low cloud in these areas. For most parts it should be a breezy and bright start to the day with good spells of sunshine, the best of this in the east and south of England. Cloudier sies in Ireland and the chance of some drizzle in central areas. Longer spells of sunshine for most in the afternoon and staying breezy. Feeing colder as the day progresses. Highs at 9 to 12C.
A breezy start to the night with long clear spells. Winds should ease as the night progresses with the risk of some mist and fog patches in more sheltered areas. There is a chance of a touch of ground frost in Wales, northern England and Scotland. Lows at 2 to 7C.
Morning mist patches in central parts of Scotland and Ireland. These will be clearing quickly. The morning is likely to be bright and dry with good spells of sunshine. Staying breezy through the afternoon with pressure being high. Feeing increasingly chilly in the wind. Highs at 7 to 12C.
High pressure to the north of Scotland on Monday. It is going to be windy with more cloud being blown in from the east. There will be some outbreaks of rain and drizzle. Western areas are likely to be brighter with some bright or sunny spells here, the best of the sunshine in Ireland. Temperatures at 5 to 8C.