Headline: Cold and frosty starts, but plenty of sunshine by day.
Today: A frosty start on Sunday with localised patches of fog, which may be slow to clear. It will be a chilly day, especially under lingering fog, with plenty crisp winter sunshine elsewhere. Maximum Temperature 8C.
Tonight: Another cold night with clear skies and calm winds, leading to a widespread frost quickly forming. A few fog and freezing fog patches are possible by the morning. Minimum Temperature -6C.
Monday: Another frosty start with localised patches of fog, which may be slow to clear, bringing colder and misty conditions where it persists. Elsewhere still seeing long spells of sunshine. Maximum Temperature 9C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Widespread frosts will remain on Tuesday and Wednesday, but turning less extensive on Thursday. Remaining predominantly dry, though skies will be cloudier than recently. Turning milder by Thursday.
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