Cloudy at times over night, a patchy frost developing.
This Evening and Tonight:
More in the way of cloud overnight but staying dry for many with only the odd light shower lingering at first. Some clear spells, especially later in the night, leading to a frost and patchy fog by Wednesday morning. Minimum Temperature -1C.
A dry day across the region with some sunny spells after a frosty start. However, it will be cloudier at times during the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 9C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Any early rain in the east soon clearing then Thursday dry, bright, and less cold. Further rain spreading east on Friday, then sunshine and occasional showers on Saturday.
Day 6 to 15
There will be sunshine and showers for most on Sunday, and some of these could be heavy and slow-moving with a risk of hail and thunder. Through the early part of next week the weather is likely to become changeable once again, with showers and rain at times, interspersed by drier and brighter interludes. Temperatures will be near average or rather cold during the day, with a risk of overnight frosts. The Easter weekend is still too far away to be confident with any details. The most likely scenario currently is a spell of colder than average weather, with increased likelihood of overnight frosts, and a greater than normal chance of snow, especially in the north.
Day 16 to 30
Colder than average conditions are likely to prevail overall; often showery with fairly light winds, and a continued chance of overnight frosts. Showers could be heavy with hail and thunder at times, but there are also likely to be good spells of sunshine in-between. Showers or longer spells of rain could fall as snow at times, mainly over higher ground and in the north. Any milder, wetter and windier spells are likely to be relatively short lived. Towards the middle of the month, it is possible that we could start to see some warmer temperatures, less cold nights, and it may become drier generally.
Met Office : EE : 2018-03-20T14:48:11