Broken cloud allowing for a few bright spells in more central and eastern areas this morning. Showers are likely to be developing into this afternoon when it stays mostly cloudy. The far southeast of England may see some thicker cloud and morning rain, but this tending to clear in the afternoon. More persistent showers affecting Wales and southwest England in the afternoon too. A band of cloud brings rain in eastern and southern Scotland as well as northern England and much of central and northern Ireland. Colder in the rest of Scotland with snow showers on the hills. Highs near 17C in southern England, 6C in northern Scotland.
An area of rain passing through Wales and most of southern England overnight, some of the rain heavy over high ground in the west. The rain probably mostly light in the far south of England. Showers affecting the north and west of Scotland and the north and west of Ireland, some of the showers wintry on the hills. Drier for the rest of Scotland and northern England. A widespread frost in northern areas at 0C, but no lower than 8C in the far southeast of England.
A complex area of low pressure extending from western Norway to central France. A colder, northerly flow affects the whole of the UK and Ireland. There will be plenty of cloud over most of England and Wales with some patchy outbreaks of rain in more central and eastern areas. Brighter in northern England and southern Scotland, although heavy showers here, some falling as snow on high ground. Highs at 5 to 8C in Scotland, up to 14C in southern England.
High pressure south of the country, low pressure to the north, with a west to west northwest flow affecting most areas. There will be showers over most of Scotland, northern England and Ireland. These may be wintry on the hills, and there is the chance of some more persistent snow early in the morning over Scotland. A few showers in northern Wales, but largely dry for the rest of central and southern England. Feeling cold for all. Highs at just 2 to 12C.