Dry most of the day for central, southern and eastern England, also eastern Scotland. Sunny spells but cloud thickening as fronts come in from the west. Rain and drizzle spreads across Ireland. Early showers in western Scotland, then rain sets in here through the afternoon. Turning wetter for north-west England & Wales later in the afternoon. A west to south-westerly breeze, strengthening in the west. Highs 12 to 17C, warmest south-east.
Several hours of persistent rain for west Wales and north-west England. Rain extending into the Midlands and eastern England as fronts drift slowly eastwards, although tending to break up. Drizzly rain also developing across the south-west, but southern England staying largely dry. Showers in the west of Scotland. Cloudy skies for most. Some clear spells north-east. Mild in the south, 9 to 12C, cooler north, 4 to 7C, locally colder Scottish glens.
A front lies across central and southern Britain, producing cloudy skies and outbreaks of rain or drizzle, locally persistent for a few hours. Generally wettest toward west Wales and perhaps south-west England. Showery for Northern Ireland and western Scotland, also north-west England. Fewer showers toward the north-east, with a little sunshine. A west to southwesterly breeze, strongest in the north. Highs 10 to 13C north & west, 15 to 17C south-east.
Low pressure centred to the north-west. A showery day with some heavy bursts, particularly for Scotland and Ireland. Local hail and isolated thunder possible. Frequent showers too for north-west England and Wales. Showers breaking out for central regions too. Drier and brighter in the east and south-east, with periods of sunshine. A cool and brisk west to south-westerly breeze, gusty around showers. Temperatures 10 to 16C.