Some sunshine to start today across East Anglia and southeast England. There will be sunshine too in northern and eastern Scotland. Cloudier elsewhere with areas of rain affecting Ireland, western Wales and southwest England as well as the west of Scotland. Spots of rain in southern Wales. This afternoon sees some spots of rain affecting parts of the southern and eastern Midlands, East Anglia and southeast. Most of any rain still affecting more western parts, but staying dry in most of northeast England and eastern Scotland. Highs near 17 to 24C.
Staying drizzly over western parts of the country tonight. Lots of mist and murk on western coasts and hills with more persistent rain in Scotland. East Anglia and southern England is likely to be staying drier although with a far amount of cloud. Drier elsewhere, although some scattered showers in Ireland. Lows near 8 to 15C.
Low pressure will be centred to the northwest of Scotland on Thursday. A front will be passing eastwards through the country taking cloud and outbreaks of rain across Scotland and northern England, but brighter weather with showers following to the west. More eastern and southern areas starting brighter, but clouding over as the front arrives bringing an odd spot of rain with it. Scattered showers in Ireland and western Scotland in the afternoon. Highs at 17 to 23C.
A westerly flow over the UK and Ireland bringing a fair amount of cloud to all. There will be a few showers here and there, most affecting Scotland and Ireland. One or two breaking out in northern and central England and Wales, but fair over the rest of England with some sunny spells. Highs near 16 to 23C.