Often unsettled, but especially in the north and west, drier in the south and east
Much milder weather developing in the coming days, albeit cooler later in the week.
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With low pressure to the north-west of Ireland on Tuesday a milder southwest flow is expected to develop and feeling much milder than of late. There will be cloud and rain in Ireland and Scotland. Low cloud and drizzle may trouble western and southern coasts of England and Wales. Becoming brighter in more eastern and south-eastern areas. Highs at 6C to 10C.
Low pressure is set to persist to the north-west of Scotland on Wednesday with weather fronts bringing wet and windy weather to more northern and western areas through the course of the day, perhaps very windy here too. Drier to the east and south, breezy here also. Highs at 6C to 12C.
Low pressure is expected to be close to Scotland on Thursday. This bringing unsettled conditions with rain in Scotland, turning to sleet on the hills. Further south it will be bright and breezy with a mix of sunshine and showers, somewhat cooler from the west through the day. Highs at 4C to 10C.
A ridge of high pressure building through Ireland, England and Wales on Friday. This brings drier conditions with some bright or sunny spells. Cloud and drizzle could affect western Scotland. Highs at 4C to 11C.
Wet and windy is likely to return to northern and western areas by Saturday, perhaps milder here again also. With higher pressure close to S England though more central, southern and eastern areas of England potentially having a mainly dry day with some brighter intervals and just a few passing showers. Highs 5C to 11C.
High pressure is set to continue to dominate just to the south of the British Isles signaling quite a lot of dry weather across southern areas. Further north and west and some rain and showers are to be expected at times, windy too and mild, temperatures 5C to 11C.