A cloudy and damp day across the south of Ireland and the far south of England and Wales. periods of rain here through the day, some of it becoming heavy at times, especially this afternoon. Getting better across the rest of the country, although there could be a problem with persistent patches of fog across parts of the Midlands, northern England and southern Scotland. Away from the mist and fog there will be plenty of dry conditions with good spells of sunshine. The far north of Scotland probably has more cloud and some spots of rain along the coasts. Highs at 10 to 14C.
Periods of rain persisting across southern Ireland, southern Wales and the far south of England overnight. More cloud and some spots of rain in the far north of Scotland too. Elsewhere the skies are going to be clearer and it will be dry too. Mist and fog patches are likely to develop over northern England and southern Scotland once again. A frost in the north with lows at 0C in parts of Scotland and northern England, much milder in the cloud to the south at 5 to 8C.
Another cloudy and damp day over southern Ireland, much of Wales and the far south of England on Wednesday. An occluded front lies across these southern areas, bringing the cloud and drizzle. High pressure is east of the country and this is the dominant feature for most. It is going to be bringing a dry and bright day across much of England, northern Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. There will be a few morning mist and fog patches, but these should be clearing. Highs at 11 to 16C.
Low pressure is expected to be edging into the west of the UK on Thursday. Fronts associated with the low will be lying north to south bringing some heavy periods of rain in westrn Scotland and Ireland, with rain too for the west of Wales and western England. More eastern areas of England should be drier, although an increased southeasterly wind with a fair amount of cloud. Highs at a milder 12 to 17C.