Low-pressure passing east through the English Channel brings a wet morning to southern England. Further north and area of wintry showers affects southern Scotland and Northern Ireland eventually moving into Northwest England. Snow will be falling on the hills and could lead to some significant accumulations in parts of the Southern uplands and Cumbria. Central and northern Scotland should be drier and brighter although always a risk of showers in the north. Broken clouds and scattered showers through the Midlands, most of Wales and the rest of northern England. Some showers affecting western and northern coasts of Wales. A cold day with temperatures at 2 to 7°C.
Wintry showers passing through England and Wales tonight, Most of them generally light although an old heavier one could affect parts of Cornwall and Devon as well as the Lincolnshire and East Anglia coasts. Clearing skies will allow ice to form over most of the UK. Further wintry showers in northern parts of Scotland, But generally dry with some clear skies elsewhere. Lowes at -5°C in central Scotland, More typically around 0 to 2°C.
And icy start to Wednesday morning. Most places will be dry with some sunny spells although wintry showers continue in northern Scotland. Some further showers, falling as sleet and snow on hills will affect Southwest England. Most other areas should be mainly dry although there is always the threat of wintry shower just about anywhere. More persistent sleet and snow may affect northern and eastern Scotland in the afternoon. High temperatures near 1 to 6°C.
Thursday is likely to be a rather chilly day across all parts of the UK and Ireland. A slack pressure flow will allow most areas to be dry with some bright or sunny spells. A few wintry showers may affect eastern coast of England but for most it should be dry. Temperatures rising to around 3 to 6°C.