The weather will start frosty and continue dry through the day with some brightness and sunny spells especially across Scotland and Northern England. The day starts cloudy with some outbreaks of rain in across southeast England, this clearing to the east by midday. It will be gradually become cloudier from the southwest as a band of rain will reach Cornwall and Devon by late afternoon this spreading northeast through the evening. This rain may be preceded by hill snow across north Wales and west Midland for a time before turn into rain. Light winds for most through the day, but for the southwest where wind will strengthening in the evening. Temperature will reach 2C in north, but it will be milder in south with 8C to 9C.
Rain in south, this heavy across coastal counties of England, while some showers are possible elsewhere across coastal areas. Mostly dry further inland across Scotland, and Northern England and Northern Ireland with some frost developing in sheltered areas. Strong winds across much of England with possible coastal gales in south. Mins Zero to 3C in north, but 6C in south.
Outbreaks of rain across England with some hill snow at first in the north. Scotland and Northern Ireland will see a drier brighter day with occasional showers especially across coastal areas. Frost and patchy fog overnight across Scotland and Northern Ireland. A fresh wind, but strong across exposed coastal areas and over high ground. Generally a cold feeling for most. Maximum temperatures at 4C in north. The south will see a mild start but soon temperatures will drop to 5C in the afternoon.
Any remaining rain across England and Wales will clear to the east through the morning. As a ridge of high pressure will extend over the country from the west, Scotland and Northern Ireland will see a dry day with a lot of long sunny spells. Generally light winds but freshening up across Northern Ireland later. Widespread frost developing early in the evening with patchy fog mainly in east. Tops of 3C in north, but 5C in south.