Low pressure continues to dominate our weather on Sunday, centred to the north of Scotland. This brings another windy day. Rain in Scotland as well as Northern Ireland, Ireland and into parts of northwestern England. Sunshine and showers for the rest of the country, these heavy and prolonged at times, more so in the west. High temperatures at 14 to 21C.
Staying breezy overnight with showers and outbreaks of rain continuing. Rain most frequent for western areas, clearer skies to the east. Overnight lows falling to 8 to 11C, milder in the southeast.
Further frequent blustery showers in Scotland, Northern Ireland, western Ireland and northwestern parts of England and Wales on Monday as low pressure moves to the northeast. Showers may merge to give more prolonged spells of rain at times. Isolated showers further south and east with good spells of sunshine here for many. Staying breezy with high temperatures at 14 to 20C.
Higher pressure builds over England and Wales on Tuesday while low pressure stays to the northwest. Further showers and outbreaks of rain for northern and western parts of Ireland and Scotland with isolated showers spreading into eastern parts of Scotland and the north of England. Much of England, Wales and southeastern parts of Ireland should stay mostly dry with plenty of sunshine. Highs at 15 to 20C.