A cool but bright morning with sunny spells for many. It will be breezy too and a few showers are likely in northern England and western Scotland. Cloud is going to be increasing through southern Ireland later, whilst some showers affect the northwest. By this afternoon fronts will be bringing rain into Ireland and southwest England, this area of rain passing north into Northern Ireland, Wales, central and southern England by this evening. Staying dry to the north and east with sunny spells. Highs at 6C n northern Scotland, milder further south at 13C in southern England.
The risk of some heavy rain tonight as an area of low pressure passes east. It may be that snow affects the Pennines and southern Uplands. Gales are possible through England and Wales. There is much uncertainty over how far north and south the rain and gales will extend. Lows at 0C in central Scotland, 10C in southern England.
Low pressure clears into the North Sea early on Sunday morning, the winds easing too. A showery westerly flow then affects all parts of the UK and Ireland. It is likely that the best of sunny spells will be over eastern parts of Scotland and England. Western areas are likely to be seeing more showers and these could be heavy and prolonged. The showers falling as snow over the hills of Scotland and northern England. Breezy for all. Highs at 6C in northern Scotland, 11C in southern England.
The westerly flow continues on Monday as a shallow area of low pressure crosses northern Scotland. This brings showers and rain with it, some of it heavy, although these should fade. Most of England, Wales and Ireland should be drier and brighter as a ridge of high pressure builds, although there is a risk of some showers in northwest England. The best of any sunshine to the south. Highs at 6 to 10C.