A front across the far southeast of England will bring plenty of cloud and some outbreaks of rain here to start this morning. The cloud and outbreaks of rain will be slowly clearing into the continent by lunchtime. A much brighter start elsewhere with some good spells of sunshine, the best of them across central and eastern England. There is a risk of a few showers, although these will be well scattered. Heavier showers for the west of Ireland, these moving into the rest of Ireland and the west of Scotland and northwest England in the afternoon. Highs at a mild 17C in the southeast, but cooler to the north and west at 10C.
Showers will be affecting western coasts through tonight. Most of them will be over western Wales, the far west of Cornwall and western Scotland. More persistent rain may affect the far northwest of Scotland and also southern Ireland. Places further inland, sheltered fro the southwest wind, will be drier with some clear spells. Lows around 5 to 9C.
A more unsettled day through Tuesday. A shallow area of low pressure will swing across Northern Ireland and into western Scotland. This will be bringing a windy day with an area of heavy rain passing east through Ireland in the morning, reaching southwest Scotland, west Wales and southwest England through the morning. More central and eastern areas will start the day brighter and drier, but the rain sweeping across northern England, Scotland and most of central and southern England this afternoon. Heavy, blustery showers follow through Ireland. Highs at 11 to 16C.
Low pressure is off eastern Scotland on Wednesday. The air remains unstable and so another mixed day is likely. The morning will be starting cool with some heavy showers across Ireland and the western coasts of England and Wales. More persistent rain affecting northern and eastern Scotland, associated with an occluded front drifting east. The afternoon sees a mix of sunshine and showers for all places, a few of the showers on the heavy side in the west. Scotland and Northern ireland as well as northwest and southwest England seeing the brunt of these, with fewer to the east. Highs at 9 to 16C but feeling cool in the wind.