A much colder day and windy too today. North Sea coasts will be prone to scattered showers with a few wintry ones possible in the north and east of Scotland and a few may turn up across the North Yorkshire Moors later in the morning and into the afternoon. The bulk of the country looks dry and quite sunny, but the extreme south may see more cloud than sun as any early, residual rain long the channel coasts clears. Expect top temperatures of 5 to 9 Celsius north to south but feeling raw in that brisk north wind.
A cold, windy evening and night to come. This will keep a scattering of rain, sleet and snow showers along the eastern coasts of England and Scotland. Inland it will remain dry and clear with an air frost expected by morning as temperatures fall below freezing quite widely. Expect minimum temperatures of 0 to -3C.
A cold start to the day and it will stay quite windy. Rain spreads in across northern Scotland, preceded by snow over the Highlands in the afternoon. Some rain too may edge into the far north of Northern Ireland late in the afternoon. Southern Scotland and most of England and Wales will have a dry day with sunny spells although rain showers may affect East Anglia and south east England with a few possible along North Sea coasts. The winds moderate in the south tonight but pick up again across Scotland as rain spreads across all of Scotland, Northern Ireland into northern England, Wales and Cornwall. With clear skies, a frost is likely from the South Midlands southward. Maximum temperatures of 5 to 8 Celsius.
Not quite as cold today. A dry, bright start across East Anglia with sunny spells. Most of Britain looks wet and misty with spells of rain through the day, this not affecting Kent and Sussex perhaps until evening. Most of the rain on looks fairly light. A dry evening and night for Northern Ireland but for most of Britain it should be cloudy and misty with more rain. This may turn heavier across Wales and the far south west in the night. Maximum temperatures of 9 to 11 Celsius.