A deep area of low pressure is expected to be to the west of Ireland through Wednesday. A windy day through the British Isles and Ireland too. Some heavy bursts of rain in western Scotland through the day. Some cloud and heftyu showers over western parts of England and Wales. Heavy showers in southeast England, but generally drier in eastern areas. Some brighter weather follows to western England and Wales later, although heavy showers throughout in Ireland. Highs at 18C in northern Scotland but as high as 25C in any sunshine over southeast England.
Showers and cloud across southern and western Scotland tonight, this extending into the north of England. Drier over northern and eastern Scotland with broken cloud here. Clearer skies over more southern and western England and Wales, but staying breezy and mainly dry. Scattered showers over Ireland, with heavier showers in the west. Lows near 8 to 12C.
Low pressure is going to be over central Ireland through Thursday. An occluded front will bring cloud and showers over southern Scotland, northwest England, the Midlands and southwest England. Brighter through Wales and Ireland, with just a few showers but some good sunny spells too. Staying mainly fair in eastern and southern areas with good spells of sunshine, although some showers here and there too. Highs at 16 to 23C.
The area of low pressure is going to be centred over Ireland on Friday bringing strong winds to the west and south. Troughs surrounding the low will bring frequent and heavy showers across Ireland. More persistent rain is expected to spread to northwest England and Scotland. More scattered showers across central, southern and eastern England with sunny spells here too. Highs at 18 to 23C.