Cloud and outbreaks of rain edging into southern counties of England through Sunday morning, then edging slowly northwards through the day. The cloud and rain may reach southern Wales too in the afternoon. Some bright spells over central England and Wales. Northern England and Scotland will have broken cloud and some outbreaks of rain here and there, most of them generally light, although perhaps more persistent later. The rain in the far southeast is likely to become heavier and more persistent at times in the late afternoon and early evening. Highs at 10 to 18C.
Rain is going to be falling across East Anglia and southeast England overnight. This may be heavy at times. Some cloud and rain in the eastern Midlands too as well as through southern counties of England and southeast Wales. Drier through central and northern Englajnd although even here there could be some outbreaks of rain. Further rain in western Scotland, but more broken cloud elsewhere. Highs at 9 to 17C.
An area of low pressure is going to be just off the Kent coast on Monday morning. This has a front wrapped around it and will be bringing further rain across East Anglia and southern England. There is the risk of localised flooding in this area. The rain affecting eastern parts of the Midlands too. Wwester Midlands and Wales wil have cloud and some outbreaks of rain. Broken cloud through northern England and eastern Scotland, although some showers are possible here. Thicker cloud and some rain affecting western Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland. Highs at 10 to 17C.
A northerly flow through the British Isles and Ireland on Tuesday as low pressure clears east. Cloud and rain will still be affecting southeast England and East Anglia on Tuesday morning, although this should fade. A trough moving south through Ireland brings some rain here. Elsewhere it will be a cold but bright day. Most areas dry with sunny spells. Highs at 10 to 15C.