Generally dry. Remnants of a front may bring a little rain to southern coasts at first. Fairly cloudy skies for central-southern England, but some sunshine breaking through, and extensively sunny toward the west and northwest. Feeling cool in a brisk easterly breeze in the south & east. Top temperatures 10 to 13C west, but only 7C and feeling colder near eastern coasts.
Dry overall. Clear skies and winds dropping light for many places overnight will result in frost forming widely, dipping below zero in sheltered rural areas. A fresh east wind continues around southern coasts, windiest far southeast. Lows -1 to 3C, possibly colder in mid-Wales.
Most places will be dry under high pressure and lighter east to southeasterly winds. Best sunshine in the northwest, cloudier toward the southeast. A fresh breeze on English Channel coasts. A cool day, highs 8 to 12C, locally warmer to the lee of high ground in the northwest, 15C or above in NW Scotland.
Variable cloud in central-eastern areas, perhaps drizzly showers on the east coast. Sunniest skies in the west and northwest. A cool easterly breeze in southern England. Locally warm in northwest Scotland with foehn effect over the hills. A frosty start inland. Highs 8 to 12C, locally 15C in far north of Scotland.