A wet and windy morning over much of northern England and southern Scotland with some heavy bursts of rain here. Showers or longer spells of rain with plenty of cloud through Wales, the Midlands and East Anglia, but more scattered showers with some sunny spells to the south. Winds will be reaching severe gale force. Northern Scotland is likely to be cloudy but mainly dry. This afternoon sees more rain across southwest Scotland, the east of Northern Ireland and also northwest England; localised flooding is possible in these areas. Rain reaching northern Scotland too. Southern parts of England and Wales should become drier, although staying windy with some sunny spells, similar conditions for Ireland. Highs at 12 to 18C.
Windy overnight across England, Wales and Ireland. There could be a few showers on western and southern coasts, but dry inland. Cloud and rain across Scotland, some of it heavy at times, with very little change through the night. Lows at 8 to 11C.
A complex area of low pressure to the north of Scotland and Ireland on Saturday. Periods of rain affecting much of Scotland through the day, this slowly easing to the east. Some cloud and rain or showers over Ireland, this edging east into the west of Wales and western England towards the evening. Through the rest of England the day will be bright with some sunny spells and just a low risk of a shower. Highs at 12 to 17C.
A further area of low pressure will be spreading east through England and Wales on Sunday. This is going to be bringing heavy rain and strong winds with it, perhaps sufficient rain to lead to localised flooding in these areas. The rain should clear eastwards with brighter weather and heavy showers following from the west. Brighter across Scotland and Ireland, but some showers here, most of them well scattered. Highs at 14 to 20C.