Turning colder and more settled.
A band of rain will edge southeastwards across England and Wales. Mild in advance of this, whilst colder conditions follow with sunny spells. A few showers affecting northwestern parts.
Cloud and patchy light rain clearing all but the far southeast of England. Most parts dry with clear periods, turning frosty in places with a few fog patches forming.
Most parts dry with light winds and plenty of sunshine, though perhaps cloudy across the far southeast. On the cold side, especially where a few stubborn fog patches persist.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Predominantly settled with sunny spells, although overnight fog could persist all day in a few places. Occasionally cloudier with rain for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Rather cold, with overnight frosts.