Low pressure to the south of Ireland on Wednesday. This is going to be bringing rain and strong winds through Ireland. A firther band of rain tracks north into northern England and southern Scotland as well as Northern Ireland. Rain clears from eastern England in the morning to be replaced by windy weather with showers and a few bright spells. Rain across central and northern Scotland, most tending to be to the north and east. Highs at 16C in southeast England, 9C across Scotland.
Staying cloudy and wet across Ireland and Scotland tonight. The rain could be heavy in Ireland, where it will also be windy. Rain arriving in western Wales and southwest England too. Most of the rain in Scotland is likely to be lighter, although some heavier bursts are possible to the south. For England and eastern Wales the night is breezy and rather cloudy with some showers. There is the threat of some more persistent rain across southeast England and East Anglia. Lows near 2C in central Scotland, 11C in southern England.
Low pressure is going to be centred over Ireland on Thursday. An occluded front surrounding the low will bring periods of rain, these affecting the west of Wales and southwest England as well as southwest Scotland. A further area of rain is also going to be affecting southeast England, and possibly East Anglia although how far west these extend is unclear. Elsewhere there will be a fair amount of cloud, but it should be mainly dry. Highs at a cold 8C in Scotland, 16C in southeast England.
The area of low pressure drifts north through Ireland today, taking some troughs with it. These troughs bring showers across Ireland and Wales as well as western England with more persistent rain possibly affecting western Scotland. More cloud and rain may be affecting the far southeast of England, this slowly fading through the day. For all other areas the day is brighter with sunny spells and a scattering of showers. Highs around 10 to 14C.