17 January 2017 08:44
Misty in places at first with patchy drizzle, but it will be mostly dry if rather cloudy during the day, as the drizzle and fog become mostly confined to hills and Atlantic coasts. Mild with highs of 9 to 11 degrees in light southerly breezes.Tonight
Cloudy and misty with patchy drizzle and fog overnight but dry in most areas. Lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees.
Wednesday: Early mist, drizzle and fog, Most places will be dry during the day, but still some drizzle at times especially in southern and eastern areas. Fog on higher ground. Some sunny spells developing but most places will be rather cloudy. Highs of 8 to 10 degrees.
There will be a lot of dry quiet weather through the rest of the week and a little cooler than at present with some frosts at night. Indications suggest the Atlantic will break through later in the weekend, bringing more unsettled but mild conditions for early next week
Cold and mostly dry Wednesday night with good clear periods developing, but some cloud in places also. Sharp frost under clear skies as temperatures fall to zero or a degree or two below but holding at +2 or 3 in the cloudier areas, some fog also.
Generally dry, cool conditions expected from Thursday through to Saturday with light winds and variable cloud cover. Cloudy at times in some areas with perhaps a little drizzle locally, but sunny spells in other places. Cold with frost and fog at night where skies are clear, as winds will be light, but cloud will keep frost at bay in other parts.
Misty, drizzly conditions likely in some southern and western areas at times over the Weekend.
Some indications of more changeable weather developing next week