A wet and windy morning across most of England, Wales and southern England. The rain is going to be heavy at times as it tracks north, with the winds reaching gale force. Rain affects the east of Scotland toom whilst more northern areas of England, western Scotland and Northern Ireland should be mainly dry to start the day. However, rain is going to be heading northwards with wet weather across most of northern England and eastern Scotland by late afternoon. It could be a very wet day in parts of the Midlands and Wales, although conditions turn more showery to the south. The best weather again in western Scotland. Highs at 6C in northern Scotland, 12C in southern England.
An unsettled night with rain through much of Wales, southwest England and northern England. Most of Scotland will be wet too, as will be Ireland, especially the east. Some heavy showers across centrasl and southern England. Staying windy too for most with those winds to gale force, although lighter across Wales and southwest England.
Low pressure is going to be cenred over northern England on Thursday and will be dominating conditions throughout the day. Strong winds surround the low, especially in Scotland and Ireland as well as southeast England, although these winds easing later. It will be a wet day across northern England, Scotland and Wales as well as Ireland. Elsewhere it will be brighter with sunny spells, but heavy showers will become widespread and thundery. Highs at 14C in the south, 6C in northern Scotland.
The pressure flow becomes more slack into Friday, although still dominated by low pressure. An area of rain affects northern England and Wales, with snow on the hills of northern England for a time. However, this should quickly fade through the morning, becoming drier in the afternoon. A chilly day in Scotland with a mix of sunshine and showers, these wintry on hills. Further showers for England and eastern Wales. Highs at 6 to 14C.