Patchy drizzle and low cloud in southern UK clearing gradually, replaced by sunnier skies already in central areas; feeling milder. Blustery showers in parts of Scotland, wintry on hills, with early gales in the northeast; winds and showers easing later.
Many areas dry with clear spells, leading to a colder night. Frost will be fairly widespread in rural southern, central and eastern regions, with patchy fog in the south too.
Many areas starting bright and chilly, fog in southern areas lifting. Cloudier skies and freshening winds spreading to most parts, with some rain in the west and northwest. Milder later.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Changeable with periods of rain spreading from the west at times, these interspersed with cooler, drier spells. Often rather windy with a risk of gales, especially in the north.