Plenty of cloud around across the UK and Ireland on Monday. There will be some outbreaks ofm drizzle or light rain, most affecting western coasts and hills. Further east and south the cloud is likely to be breaking with some good spells of sunshine developing. It is going to be a mild day with temperatures at 8 to 11C.
More cloud and a few spots of drizzle on western coasts and hills tonight. Fairly breezy for Scotland and Ireland. Drier to the east and south with a fair amount of cloud, although this is going to be broken. Lows of 3 to 7C.
High pressure is to the southeast of the country on Tuesday with a broad south to southwest flow covering the UK and Ireland. There will be some spots of rain and drizzle affecting more western parts of Scotland, England and Wales as well as Ireland. However, these tending to fade from all but western Scotland. Most other places will be dry with cloud breaking and some sunny spells developing. Highs at a cooler 7C in East Anglia, but mild elsewhere again atb 8 to 11C.
High pressure stays over continental Europe on Wednesday with low rpessure west of Ireland. The result is a southerly wind across the UK and Ireland. There may be some rain in the far west of Ireland but for most the day is going to be dry with broken cloud and sunny spells. A cooler day weith highs at 7 to 10C.