Heavy showers will be developing quickly across north Wales, the Midland and parts of central southern England this morning. A few will be affecting East Anglia too. By the afternoon most of the showers look set to fade across southern and eastern England with good sunny spells. Further showers in northwest England, but drier in the northeast, with the showers fading in Wales too. Scotland is going to have a mix of sunshine and showers, most of them scattered and through central and southern areas. Sunshine and showers for Ireland, some of them heavy to the south. Highs at 15 to 23C
Showers or outbreaks of rain across western Scotland and western Wales as well as Ireland. Most of this should be patchy, although more persistent rain may affect western Scotland. For most of England and Wales the night should be dry with some clear spells and lows of 7 to 11C.
An area of low pressure is centred over Wales on Sunday. There will be some sunny spells, but showers developing quickly through central and eastern England, with another area of showers over Ireland, northwest England and southern Scotland. The showers could be thudnery at times. Less showers over western coasts of Wales and southwest England as well as coasts of East Anglia and southeast England. A wet day over central and southern Scotland, with sunshine and showers in Ireland. Highs at 13C in northern Scotland, 21C in southeast England.
A complex area of low pressure will be over the North Sea through Monday. There will be a mix of sunshine and showers, these heavy at times in the east and south. More western areas will have more scattered showers, and it may be that the west coasts of Wales, northwest England and western Scotland will be dry. Highs at 13C in northern Scotland, 22C in southeast England.