A cold start to Saturday morning. There will be a frost in many parts of England, Wales and Scotland. Plenty of sunshine, although low cloud drifting onto eastern coasts. Broken cloud developing this afternoon, more of it in the east Midlands, East Anglia and southeast where there could be some drizzle. Cloudier over Ireland throughout the day with an increasing wind here. Some sunny spells in Northern Ireland at first, but the cloud thickening here too. Drizzle in the far southwest of Ireland where there will be gales. Highs at 7 to 10C.
Frosty again overnight for most of England, Wales and Ireland. The chance of low cloud affecting coasts of East Anglia and the southeast with a few spots of drizzle. Most coud will be to the west with strong winds in Ireland. Generally dry, although rain in western Ireland and the far southwest of England. Lows near -1C in the UK to 6C in Ireland.
High pressure dominates again through Sunday. An east to southeast flow brings increasing cloud in England and Wales, the risk of some spots of rain over the hills of the Midlands and eastern England. Cloudier generally for Scotland and much of Wales and western England. Patchy drizzle in western parts of the island of Ireland but dry to the east. Cold for all with temperatures at 7 to 10C.
A brisk southeast flow through Monday. This is going to be bringing a breezy day with broken cloud in central and eastern areas. Mostly dry although an odd spot of drizzle on hills. More persistent rain in central and western Ireland. Drier in western Scotland where there will be some sunshine. Highs at a milder 9 to 13C.