High pressure centred over southern Britain brings a quiet day overall. A slight frost to start, and some patchy fog, which will generally all break up through the morning. Good amounts of sunshine. Areas of cloud may linger around coasts in the west & northwest, with local drizzle for western Scotland on a fresher southwesterly breeze here. Otherwise winds will be light. Cool, max 6 to 8C.
Clear skies and light winds for many areas will allow some low-lying fog to form, probably widely for central & eastern districts. Banks of low cloud locally around western coasts. Staying dry overall, apart from local drizzle in the far northwest of Scotland. A slight frost forming, with low temperatures typically 0 to 3C, locally sub-zero in rural areas.
High pressure remains over the UK and Ireland. There will be an early frost as well as a few mist and fog patches. Some fog patches in low-lying areas of central & eastern England may be stubborn to break up. Dry during the day with broken cloud and some spells of sunshine. The best sunshine toward the northeast. Increased breezes in western Ireland and the west of Scotland. Highs at 6 to 8C.
High pressure to the east and a trough of low pressure to the west promotes a freshening southerly wind across the British Isles. Dry for most of Britain all day, with broken cloud and sunshine, best in the east and northeast. Patchy rain coming in from the west, becoming more persistent into the evening in western areas. Highs 6 to 10C, mildest in southwest.