It is expected to get colder towards the end of this coming week. A trough moves in across the UK and Ireland pushing high pressure out of the way allowing for more unsettled weather to move in. With the advancement of a cold front starting to move down the country
It looks like it will be a rather murky, misty and foggy weekend ahead for particularly England and Wales as high pressure is the dominating pressure feature and winds will be light. We have the extra addition of a warm front on Saturday migrating northwards across Wales, central England and
1 - Mist and fog patches will continue to be a problem, especially in southwest areas on Saturday. By the time we get to Sunday they should be fewer and further between.
2 - Rural frost first thing on Saturday too over northern parts of the UK in particular. Again, on