A front will be semi-stationary running north to south from Scotland into central England. Outbreaks of rain will be associated with this front. The rain will be heaviest in the morning before turning lighter in the afternoon. A dry day to the east and west of this front with the best of any sunshine across western Wales, south west England and eastern parts of East Anglia. A fine, sunny day to come across Northern Ireland. Expect maximum temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.
In the evening and night we keep a good deal of cloud across Scotland, northern England down into central England. Overall it's mainly dry apart from the odd spot of rain or drizzle. Dry across the far south of England, East Anglia, south west England, West Wales and Northern Ireland with clear spells. Expect a mild night with minimum temperatures of 10 to 14 Celsius but chillier where skies remain clear.
A temporary ridge of high pressure will give much of Britain a dry day. A lot of cloud is expected with south west England, Northern Ireland and western parts of Wales having the best of the day's sunshine. A few, isolated showers may affect western and northern hills at times. A dry evening as skies clear from all but Scotland and the north of England. With clear spells overnight, some fog patches may develop by morning and these may be locally dense across parts of central and southern England. Expect highs of 15 to 20 Celsius.
Morning locally dense fog patches across The Midlands and southern England will lift to sunny spells as the winds pick up to become quite a windy day. An area of rain spills in across Northern Ireland this morning then into all but East Anglia and the south east through the afternoon. Very windy in the evening with outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain across Britain. Less windy overnight as the rain clears Northern Ireland, Wales and south west England. Expect highs of 15 to 21 Celsius.