UK weather: Fine for many, some frost and fog in the south
Cloudier across Northern Ireland and Scotland, some light rain in the far north.
Fog patches across England and Wales persisting in some places, though mostly clearing to allow plenty of sunshine. Temperatures close to average, though cold where fog remains. Cloudier across Northern Ireland and Scotland, some light rain in the far north.
Clear skies across England and Wales allowing frost and some freezing fog patches to develop, especially across central and eastern parts. Cloudier and milder further north and west, some drizzle.
Chilly across eastern England with fog and low cloud slow to lift. Most parts dry but rather cloudy with only brief bright spells. A few light showers in the west.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Widely settled on Sunday, cloudy at first, but becoming sunny from the north. Monday and Tuesday, dry and bright after early fog patches clear.