A cloudy day with an area of rain across southern Ireland, Wales and the central and northern parts of England. Cloud and some showers affecting the east of Scotland, but western areas should be drier and brighter. Drier for the far south of England too with some brighter spells coming through here. Mainly dry in Northern Ireland. This afternoon sees the rain lingering across Wales, the Midlands and southern parts of northern England. A few showers further south, with plenty of cloud, although some bright spells in the southwest. Showers in central and eastern Scotland, but staying dry to the west with the best of the sunshine here. Highs at just 8C in the rain through central areas, 12C in northern Europe, 18C in southern England.
The area of cloud and rain persists through Wales, the Midlands and spreads through all of southern England. Rain could be heavy at times. Clearer skies follow through Ireland, northern England and Scotland and it should become dry here too although a few showers in the far north of Scotland. Lows at 0 to 2C in the north, 10C in southern England.
A shallow area of low pressure passing into the eastern English Channel on Monday. An occluded front is wrapped around the low and this is going to be bringing lots of cloud and periods of rain across East Anglia and southeast England at first. The rain then clearing into the late morning and early afternoon with drier, brighter weather then following. Much brighter and cooler to the north and west. There will be some good spells of sunshine developing, but some showers too. Highs at 11 to 15C.
A weak ridge of high pressure affects northern and eastern parts of the UK. This will bring largely dry weather here, although a few showers are possible in eastern Scotland. Thickening cloud ahead of a series of fronts passing through Ireland and southwest England will be pushing cloud and rain eastwards, this becoming heavy at times. Highs at 10 to 17C.