Plenty of cloud around across the whole of the UK on Thursday morning. There will be some spots of rain and drizzle affecting the eastern coasts of England and East Anglia, but for most other areas, apart from some drizzle on windward facing hills and coasts, it should be dry. The afternoon sees the rain still over eastern coasts of England, making its way to eastern Scotland. A few brighter spells developing in the far west of Wales and southwest England perhaps, as well as the far west of Ireland and western Scotland. Highs near 7 to 12C.
Still lots of cloud around overnight. There will be further spots of drizzle on eastern coasts and hills. Some drizzle could actually occur over almost any hill and cast that faces the southeast. For most though it should be a dry night. A dew clearer spells in southern and western Scotland. Lows near 2C in the clearer skies, more generally 5 to 8C.
High pressure stays to the east with low pressure to the west of the country on Friday. This brings a mild southeasterly flow to all parts. There will be lots of cloud around with some drizzle on hills in the morning. Most places will be dry though, and as the afternoon arrives a few bright spells may develop to the lee of high ground. Favoured spots include northwest Scotland, parts of west Wales and western Ireland. Highs at 8 to 12C.
Pressure starting to build from the east through Saturday. There will be a fair amount of cloud once again on Saturday morning, and a few spots of drizzle on the hills. However, some brighter spells breaking through the cloud as the day progresses, although this triggering one or two showers in the Midlands and northern England. As winds fall light fog is expected to become widespread into the evening. Highs at 8 to 12C.