High pressure over the UK and Ireland on Friday. There may be a few mist and fog patches in the morning over England and Wales although these clearing quickly to leave good spells of sunshine. More cloud in northern and western Scotland as well as Ireland. A few spots of drizzle over western coasts of Scotland and northern Ireland with little change through the day. Highs at 6 to 8C.
Clear skies across England and Wales overnight will lead to a frost here for many. Cloud cover does look to thicken across many parts of Scotland more as well as Northern Ireland into northern England where frost is not expected as much. Some rain or drizzle affecting northwest Scotland and western coasts of Ireland still. Lows at -2 to 0C across England, Wales and Ireland, between 0 to 4C further north.
High pressure is expected to be centred over the south of England on Saturday. There may be some morning mist and fog patches, these slowly clearing to leave broken cloud and bright or sunny spells. A weak front pushing south across Scotland bringing some low cloud and patchy rain, mainly across western areas. Drizzle may affect western Ireland too. Highs at 6 to 8C, but 10 or 11C in the far north of Scotland.
The area of high pressure remains over the south of the UK. Frost, mist or fog patches may affect the far south at first, again this lifts to leave a dry day with bright or sunny spells. More cloud in the north and west of Scotland with lighter rain/drizzle turning more persistent later in the day. Breezier here too. Highs at 6 to 9C.