High pressure moves to the southeast on Saturday while lower pressure approaches from the northwest. Winds pick up across the country but will be strongest to the northwest. Showery outbreaks of rain affect Irish Sea coasts and, later, western Scotland as an occluded front moves through the area. A cold front brings heavier, more persistent rain into western Ireland and northwest Scotland later in the day. High temperatures ranging from 6 to 9°C.
A cold front brings rain across Ireland through Saturday night and into western parts of Scotland, Wales and England through the early hours of Sunday morning. Ahead of this there will be some light showers for parts of Wales and western England. A dry night for much of England and eastern Scotland with the best of any clear skies to the far east. Overnight lows staying mild at 4 to 7C for most.
Low pressure north of Scotland sends a cold front eastward across the UK and Ireland through Sunday morning bringing rain to most areas with a risk of snow in western Scotland. Tending to be drier further southeast but rain will arrive here through the early afternoon. Sunny spells and showers follow to the west behind this, falling as snow over higher ground. Showers could merge to give longer spells of rain for western Ireland. Highs at 4°C in the north to 10°C in the south.
An area of low pressure looks set to arrive from the southwest later on Monday bringing heavy outbreaks of rain (snow over higher ground) to southern parts of Ireland and the UK. Gales may affect much of England, Ireland and Wales with strong coastal gusts. A drier day for northeastern areas with some spells of sunshine. Cold in Scotland and Ireland but milder for England and Wales. Highs at 3°C in northern Scotland, 10°C in southern England.