Early cloud and showers in the east will clear to give a bright morning but it will be cloudier in the west and wet for Northern Ireland first thing as a deep area of low pressure moves in from the west. Winds will increase too as the rain arrives strengthening to near gale force for western areas through the morning. Rain and high winds will continue to push eastward reaching most of Scotland, northwest England and Wales by the early evening. It will be brighter end to the day for Ireland with a mixture of sunny spells and showers. High temperatures at 8 to 13C.
Staying windy overnight for Scotland with wintry showers in northwestern areas. Clear skies will allow temperatures to drop close to freezing. It will be cloudier further south and rain will continue to affect the southern half of the country through the night. Temperatures in the south staying in double figures. Lows ranging from at 1 to 11C.
An area of low pressure looks to be tracking northeastward through the Irish Sea on Sunday. This will bring heavy rain and gales to Ireland, Wales and western parts of England through the morning and early afternoon. As it moves over southern Scotland through the late afternoon and evening it could bring some very heavy rain to the Central Belt and snow over the Highlands. High temperatures at 7 to 13C.
An unsettled day on Monday as a cool westerly airflow affects the country. There will be showers for most, some frequent in western areas. These will likely fall as snow over the Highlands and Grampians, and as a mixture of sleet and snow over the Pennines and Cambrian Mountains. A wet start to the day too for the southern half of Wales and southern England with some particularly heavy rain for south-central England. This should ease through the afternoon to leave a mixture of sunny spells and showers. A drier and brighter day for northeastern areas. High temperatures at 5 to 9C.