A breezy day for Wednesday with low pressure to the north of the country. There will be plenty of sunny spells with the best of these through more central and eastern areas. It should be dry in the south and east too. The hills of Wales, northern England, Scotland and Ireland are always at risk of showers. The most frequent and heaviest of the showers will be across Scotland and northern England in the morning. There will be sunny spells here to though. Temperaures reaching 17C in northern Scotland, 22C in southern England.
Heavy showers merging into longer spells of rain across northwest Scotland tonight. Thicker cloud into Ireland will be bringing some spots of rain here, mostly to the west. For the rest of Scotland, England and Wales it should be a dry start to the night with clear spells. Later cloud will be tending to increse on western casts and this will be bringing some spots of rain and drizzle here. Lows near 6 to 10C.
Low pressure is to the north of Scotland on Thursday bringing some heavy showers here. A warm front is tracking northwards through Ireland with plenty of cloud associated with it, together with some drizzle or outbreaks of rain. Western coasts of Wales and England are likely to have some low cloud too, and again a few spots of drizzle are possible. A ridge of high pressure over England and Wales should bring brighter,dry weather across eastern Wales and most of England with warm spells of sunshine. Some mist and fog patches affecting southern and western coasts at anytime. Highs at 18 to 24C.
Low pressure will be centred over western Ireland on Friday. The low has an occluded front wrapped around it which will be blowing cloud and rain into Ireland, western Wales and southwest England. A warm front through Scotland brings cloud and outbreaks of drizzle and rain. More central and eastern parts of England will have hazy sunshine and drier conditions, although the cloud will always be thickest to the west. Highs at 23C in southeast England, 17C in Ireland.