A mostly dry and bright Sunday.
A few showers for a time in the Northwest Highlands and Outer Hebrides, otherwise a dry evening and night with clear periods. A colder night. Minimum temperature 2 °C.
Dry with some sunny spells, freshening southerly winds and becoming very mild. Rain reaching the Western Isles and west coast in the evening. Maximum temperature 15 °C.
Cloudier on Monday, some rain for a time mostly in northwest then brighter. Mostly dry on Tuesday and Wednesday with some sunshine, but patchy rain possible in west on Tuesday.
Fog patches developing overnight.
For many it will remain fine this evening. Thicker cloud from the west will bring some light rain to northwestern areas of England and Wales and also northern Scotland. Overnight, some fog patches, mainly across Wales the Midlands and Yorkshire.
Early fog will clear fairly quickly for most places. Thereafter it will be a largely dry and fine day, feeling very mild. Northern Ireland will be slightly cloudier and breezy.
Settled, dry conditions will remain with rain only affecting the far northwest. Very mild with some good spells of sunshine, but also some morning fog patches. Turning cloudier on Wednesday.
There is a great deal of uncertainty through Thursday and Friday. Some signals suggest a breakdown of settled conditions from the Atlantic, which would bring a greater chance of thicker cloud, wind and rain, particularly for the west. The other scenario is for settled conditions to continue until the weekend, extending the spell of drier weather. By the weekend Atlantic weather systems look more likely to bring spells of wet and windy weather across all areas, with the west more prone to the wettest and windiest conditions. Some snow is possible over higher ground in the north. Brighter, drier spells are also likely in between frontal systems; so generally turning much more unsettled than recently across the UK. Feeling colder with temperatures closer to average.
The extended outlook is most likely to begin with weather systems bringing spells of cloud, rain and strong winds followed by showers and some drier, sunny interludes. The wettest, windiest weather remains most likely in the northwest, with the best of any drier, brighter weather in the south, extending to central areas at times. Temperatures are expected to fluctuate day-to-day but overall could be slightly above-average. By late March confidence is low, but there remains a possibility of a return to slowly-evolving weather patterns across the UK giving some drier, brighter spells.