Low pressure brings an unsettled day over most of the UK and Ireland. Rain clears southeast England this morning. Much of England and Wales will then have some bright spells but also showers, a few of them heavy. An area of more persistent showers may affect northwest England and much of Ireland, although more persistent rain in eastern parts of Northern Ireland. Colder in Scotland with rain, sleet and snow affecting eastern and southern Scotland, the snow over the hills. Drier in northwest Scotland. Highs at 3 to 7C in Scotland, 10 to 14C in England and Wales, 5 to 9C over the island of Ireland.
A chilly night, especially in the north and west. Rain through much of central, eastern and southern Scotland, this pushing into northern England too. Snow affects the higher ground of Scotland. Showers in western and northern Scotland, these turning wintry. Increasing winds in the west too. Drier in central England as well as east Anglia and southern England. Lows at 3 to 6C.
Low pressure to the east of Scotland on Thursday. A cold north to northwest flow affecting much of the country, bringing an area of rain in many eastern areas. Snow showers following to northern and western Scotland as well as the far north of Ireland. Drier over the rest of the island of Ireland. A scattering of showers and sunny spells elsewhere. The afternoon sees the wintry showers reaching the hills over northern England and north Wales. Heavy snow showers in Scotland, with heavy rain showers in central, eastern and southern England. The showers lighter and more scattered in the west. Highs at 4 to 10C.
A weak ridge of high pressure should bring a dry day for many, with sunny spells. A threat of some sleet in northwest Scotland, this easing. Fronts bringing cloud and rain into Ireland, this area edging eastwards into the whole of Ireland and the western parts of the UK later i the day. Staying dry to the east. Highs at 4 to 10C.