Dense patches of fog on Sunday morning across the Midlands, southern and parts of eastern England. These will be lifting slowly to leave plenty of sunshine and another fine day for most of England and Wales. Always more cloud in Ireland, western and northern Scotland, but it should be dry here apart from a few spots of drizzle on the hills. Temperatures at a very mild 16C in the sunshine in central and southern England, 15C in Ireland, 11C in western Scotland.
A cool night with a otuch of ground frost in parts of southern England on Sunday night and Monday morning. More cloud in northern and western areas through the night, some drizzle in the west of Scotland and perhaps the far west of Ireland. Lows at 3C in southern England, 7C in Scotland.
A ridge of high pressure affects much of the UK and Irland on Monday. Some morning fog patches in central and southern England at first, these clearing. More cloud in the north and west but some sunny spells here too. The afternoon is likely to be fair with good spells of sunshine in much of England, Wales and Ireland, some thicker cloud in northern Scotland. Highs at 13 to 16C.
High pressure remains to the east of the UK and continues to influence the weather. There will be some morning mist and fog patches, these dense in places and slow to clear. Once they have the day will be dry and fine with lots of sunshine. Cloudier in Scotland and Ireland. Highs at 11C in northern Scotland, 16 or 17C in the sunshine in central England.