Low pressure is located to the east of the country on Sunday which brings a chilly north to northwest airflow to all areas. There will be blustery showers, wintry on the hills of Wales, northern England and Scotland. Showers could merge over northwestern Ireland and Wales to form longer spells of rain. The best of the sunshine is likely to come through the later part of the afternoon. Winds will ease through the day but will remain strong over eastern coastal areas. High temperatures at 6 to 9C.
Showers will continue to ease, along with winds, through the evening and overnight for most areas. Cloud will build from the west and a new band of showers will move across Ireland and into western parts of Scotland and Wales through the early hours. Frost and ice patches are possible for Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England as overnight lows fall to -3 to 3C.
A ridge of higher pressure builds on Monday. This brings drier and brighter weather for most. It will be cloudy in the west with persistent light rain or drizzle possible for western coastal areas and hills. A threat of a scattering of showers over England and Wales. Mostly dry and bright in the east. High temperatures at 7 to 10C.
Higher pressure bringing a fair day for many on Tuesday across the southern half of the UK and Ireland although with increasing cloud. Cloudier skies in northern areas with drizzle and outbreaks of rain, most of this in western and northern Scotland as well as northern parts of Ireland. Highs at 9 to 14C.