SUNDAY - Becoming breezy if not windy for the South Coast, taking the edge off the temperature however killing frost risk, away from Scotland where winds will be light. Once again, increased cloud cover for Coastal areas, more particularly Eastern Scotland and Northumberland, dry inland and perhaps longer sunny spells. Temperatures in the order of 8C to perhaps 13C for Southern Coastal Counties.
MONDAY - High pressure still in charge, however by now isobars opening up so perhaps lighter winds by then. Frost in rural locations. Cloud amounts will vary however once again DRY for all, with sunshine most dominant for Western and Central areas. Both Southern England and Eastern Scotland, will suffer from perpetual cloud. Pleasant temperatures away from the light Easterly wind.
TUESDAY - winds becoming very light, which means once again we have a frost risk for rural areas of the North. Another very dry, calm day with sunshine promised for inland areas. A little cloud here and there, especially areas that had it on Monday. Temperatures around or if not a little below average.
further ahead, likelihood* of continuation of dry conditions before a brief breakdown into unsettled conditions occurs.