Low pressure moves across southern Britain, bringing a spell of heavy rain, followed by clusters of showers. Snow over high ground in Wales and perhaps the Midlands for a time. Rain moves slowly across East Anglia into the afternoon. Driest conditions will be found across southern Scotland and northeast England, with sunny spells much of the day. Areas of wintry showers affect northern Scotland and Northern Ireland. Feeling cool in brisk winds. Highs 5 to 8C.
Bands of showers affect the north and west into the evening, with snow over the hills, but locally falling to low levels. An organised zone of rain and snow may move across northwest England and Wales. Skies will tend to clear overnight into Monday, with ice forming following the showers. Temperatures dipping close to freezing for many, or below zero in rural areas, particularly in the north and west. -5C or below in Highland Scotland. Less cold near coasts.
A dry and bright day with plenty of sunshine for most places under a ridge of high pressure. Local showers near east and northeastern coasts in the morning will fade - these wintry over higher ground. High cloud may slowly build in western areas, turning sunshine hazier with time. A northwesterly breeze will drop light, turning to the southwest across Ireland and western Britain. After a chilly start, temperatures will lift slowly to 5 to 8C, highest toward the southwest.
High pressure lies to the southeast whilst fronts move into the northwest of the British Isles. A slight frost in the morning for central and southern England and Wales, possible fog patches. Cloud will thicken in the north and west, with patchy rain or drizzle for Ireland, western Scotland and western coasts of England and Wales. Sunshine holding on across east and southeastern counties. A breeze from the southwest. Milder than previous days, reaching 7 to 10C for most.