Monday starts cloudy for most of the country. There could be an odd brighter spells in the east at first, but these soon disappearing as the cloud thickens. A few spots of drizzle could occur over the high ground in the far south of England, although for most of the southern half of England and east Wales the day should be dry. The west of Wales having some spots of drizzle in the afternoon. More persistent rain affects Scotland, especially the west as a front sinks south. This brings drizzle and light rain through Ireland (except the far south) and northern England during this afternoon. Murky on western coasts at times. Highs at a mild 10 to 12C.
Plenty of cloud around again overnight. Drizzle and low cloud is likely to be affecting western coasts of England and Wales. Some clear spells may develop in central and eastern areas of England later. A front trailing through northern Scotland bringing rain here. The rain could be heavy over northwest Scotland at times, although more eastern and southern Scotland should be dry. Lows at 6 to 9C.
High pressure to the south of the UK on Tuesday. Western coasts of Wales and England, as well as western Scotland and the south and west coasts of Ireland will see low cloud at times, which could produce some drizzle; mist or fog patches here at times too. Elsewhere cloud is likely to be breaking quickly in the morning. Sunny spells will be developing and it will be dry. It is going to become very warm in the sunshine and temperatures could reach 18C in parts of the Midlands and eastern England, 11C where it is cloudier in drizzle on western coasts.
High pressure is centred over southern England today. Western coasts of the country will see some low cloud, mist and fog patches drifting in at times, although most of these affecting the south and west of Ireland as well as western Scotland. The rest of the UK and Ireland will enjoy a very mild day with lots of sunshine. Highs at 12 to 17C.