Periods of thundery rain, some of it heavy affecting much of southern England and Wales this morning. This rain pushes northwards through the morning across much of Wales and England, most of it becoming lighter across the Midlands, then drier in the far south of England later. Cloud and outbreaks of rain over Irelana dn the west of Scotland but more eastern areas wil be dry with sunny spells. Tops near 14 to 22C.
Cloud and outbreaks of rain through many parts of England and Wales. Confidence in the exact areas which are likely to see rain is low and so best to expect some outbreaks of rain anywhere. Heaviest rain across more western areas and through Ireland too. Some of the rain could be thundery. Lows near 9 to 15C.
Fronts will be passing eastwards through Scotland and England opn Friday. These introducing much fresher weather to all areas. There will be cloud and outbreaks of rain in much of England and Wales as well as eastern Scotland in the morning. This should slowly clear easterds as much brighter and drier weather in Ireland follows. However, cloud, rain and stronger winds will return to western Ireland later. Highs at 15 to 22C.
A deep area of low pressure is going to be centred over Scotland on Saturday. Fronts wrapped around the low sweep rain through England and Wales on Saturday morning, together with strong winds. Sunny spells and showers follow from the west for a time, before showers or longer spells return, mostly over western coasts and hills. Staying cloudy and wet in Scotland with more rain here. Cloudy too for Ireland with further periods of rain and showers, Highs at 12 to 17C.