A severe frost this morning across much of Scotland, northern England, wales and Ireland. Mist and fog patches will be clearing quickly to leave sunshine and fine conditions for most. Across southern parts of England the biting northeast wind continues to blow making it feel very cold here. This afternoon sees little change with more sunshine to come for most. Feeling cold, again especially in the south where the east to northeast wind will be strong. Temperatures reaching 2 to 6C but feeling much colder than this.
Skies remaining clear through Sunday night across much of the UK and Ireland. With the light winds a severe frost is likely to be forming again. Increased winds in the south of England and southern Wales preventing temperatures falling too low here with the cloud increasing in the far south of England too. Lows near -10C in central Scotland, 01 to -4C for many under clear skies, but nearer 2C in the cloud and wind to the far south.
Monday sees high pressure to the east of the UK with a fresh easterly wind affecting many areas. There will be some decent spells of sunshine in more northern areas although feeling cold for all. The south of the UK and Ireland are likely to be seeing more cloud and there is a risk of some drizzle through the far south of England. The wind strong in the south.
High pressure remains to the east with low pressure to the west. Increasingly cloudy conditions with some outbreaks of drizzle and rain in the west, the heaviest in Ireland. A few spots of drizzle to the east as well but mostly dry here although cloudier. Highs at 5 to 7C.