Weather: Mostly fine today, variable cloud. Turning more unsettled from Wednesday
Still slightly chilly in the south after patchy frost and fog, nearer average further north.
Mostly dry and rather cloudy, although the odd light shower. Some cloud breaks are likely, giving occasional sunshine, most likely in the east and south. Still slightly chilly in the south after patchy frost and fog, nearer average further north.
Most southern areas dry, occasional cloud breaks perhaps leading to patchy fog and frost. Breezier further north, with rain into northwestern areas, followed by blustery showers into the far northwest.
Rainband continuing south, some sunnier breaks ahead of this, most southeastern areas of England dry. Further north, rain followed by sunshine and blustery showers, wintry on hills. Windy, gales later.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Cold and unsettled with showers and occasional longer spells of rain, some hill snow at times. Often windy, with potential for severe gales in the west on Friday and Saturday.