An unsettled day across much of England, Wales and Ireland. An area of heavier rain will be tracking northwards taking some heavy periods of rain into the Midlands, East Anglia and Northern England. More showery conditions then follow, ahead of a further area of rain pushing back northwards through southern England, Wales and into the Midlands int he early afternoon. Drier weather into the south by mid afternoon. Cloudy with rain becoming more persistent in eastern Scotland, but lighter rain to the west. It will become very mild in any sunshine in the south later at 21C, but just 14C for most.
Becoming increasing windy across southern Ireland, Wales and the south of England overnight, windy too in northern Scotland. More rain for west Wales, Ireland and much of central and southern Scotland with the rain heavy at times. Elsewhere the night will be drier with broken cloud and just a low risk of a shower. Lows at 8 to 10C.
An area of low pressure is going to be centred over Scotland on Friday with strong winds surrounding the low, as will an occluded front. An area of rain is going to be heavy at times and will stretch through Scotland, Northern Ireland, northern England, Wales, the northern Midlands and Norfolk. The rain area edging northwards through the day, albeit only slowly. Across the rest of Wales, southern England and southern Ireland the day is going to be windy with sunny spells and scattered showers. Highs at 16 to 19C.
A complex area of low pressure across Scotland with an occluded front stretching from southern Scotland to Ireland. This brings cloud and periods of rain with it, some of it heavy in these areas. More showery precipitation in central and northern Scotland. For England and Wales the day is going to be windy with a mix of sunny spells and showers. Later in the day a further area of low pressure will edge into southern Ireland bringing more persistent rain here, this spreading into southwest England and western Wales. Highs at 13 to 19C.