Rain and strong winds sweeping northwards through Ireland, Wales and England today. The rain is going to be heavy at times in the south and west with a risk of flooding across Wales and Ireland as well as southwest England. Winds could be reaching severe gale force at times, with gusts of 60mph on western coasts. Drier for northern England and Scotlajnd at first, but then the cloud and rain reaching here by the afternoon. Highs at a mild 14C in southern England, 10C in northern Scotland.
Cloud, rain and strong winds affecting England and Wales. The rain slowly clearing south, although probably not clearing the southeast until Wednesday morning. Severe gales across Scotlajnd with heavy rain in the north. Elsewhere it is breezy and largely dry at first, although showers on western coasts tending to become heavier through the night. Lows at a milder 3 to 8C.
A deep area of low pressure is expected to be close to the Shetlands on Wednesday. This brings severe gales through Scotland with a risk of gusts of wind of over 70mph in central and northern Scotland. Some heavy rain in northern Scotland too, this falling as snow on the hills. Heavy showers across southern Scotland and Ireland. The showers spreading into England and Wales, most to the west with more eastern and southern areas being drier and brighter with sunny spells. Highs at 4C in northern Scotland, 11C in southeast England.
Low pressure is across the north of the UK on Thursday. A cold front clears east in the morning, bringing rain to eastern parts of England. This leaves a mix of sunshine and showers and very windy weather through England, Wales and Ireland, where the showers may fade for a time before returning again later. Colder air slipping intop Scotland, but generally drier here with sunny spells. Highs at 4 to 9C.