25 November 2014 20:35
Cold and dry in many areas overnight, but western and eastern coasts will get some light showers at times. Frost and fog will form under clear skies, with the fog dense in places and there is also the risk of some icy stretches. Lowest temperatures of -2 to +3 C., with little or no wind.
Frost clearing in the morning, but some of the fog will be slow to clear. A few bright or sunny spells developing, but cloudy, misty periods too and a few further showers are likely in western and eastern coastal areas. Cold, top temperatures will struggle to rise to between 5 to 9 C.
Headline: Becoming milder with a good deal of dry weather for the rest of the week, including the coming weekend.
Wednesday night will be cold and frosty in many areas, though cloud and light rain might prevent frost in western areas.
Thursday: Breezy and mostly cloudy with patches of rain, but many areas will stay dry. Highest temperatures between 8 and 12 degrees in a moderate to fresh southeast wind. Thursday night will be milder than previous nights and frost is unlikely.
Friday: Many areas dry, but some rain is possible in eastern and southern coastal areas. Mild, with no overnight frost.
Weekend: Mild and dry in most areas with generally light winds. There is a risk of fog at night, but significant frost is less likely.