13 October 2015 17:39
Mostly dry and bright this evening, with sunny spells. Dry tonight, with good clear intervals, but there will be some cloudy periods also. Some patches of mist and fog will form - these mainly in the eastern half of the country. Cold, with lowest temperatures of 1 to 5 C., leading to a local grass frost also.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, will be a mainly dry day, with sunny spells in many areas, after any mist and fog patches clear. But some cloudy periods will develop locally also, with possibly the odd light shower along the east coast. Top temperatures of 12 to 14 C. Light to moderate southeast breezes, will be fresh at times along Atlantic coasts.
Headline: Mainly dry, settled conditions continuing for the rest of the week and probably also for the early days of next week.
Wednesday night: Dry, with variable cloud cover and very slack winds. Mist and fog will develop, with a risk of some dense fog in places. Cold, with some grass frost where skies are clear. Min. 1 to 6 Celsius.
Thursday and Friday: Dry, with sunny spells, but with some cloud at times, especially on Thursday. Mist and fog in the mornings, clearing gradually, but slow to clear in some sheltered places. Max. daytime temperatures 12 to 14 Celsius, in light variable winds. Nights will be cold, with temperatures falling close to freezing where breaks in cloud occur, with a risk of frost and fog also.
Weekend: Mainly dry, with sunny spells and just a slight chance of one or two isolated light showers along southern and eastern coasts. Max. 12 to 14 Celsius, in light mainly northeast breezes and with a continuing risk of frost and fog at night.
Early next week: Little change, with mainly dry, settled weather continuing.