A mixed day with low pressure affecting all parts of the country. It is going to be a windy day for all. Heavy showers across Scotland, Wales, northern England and Ireland with fewer showers further south. The showers continues into the afternoon, especially in he northern half of the UK nd Ireland. However, to the south any showers should be slowly fading and many areas become dry. The best sunshine in eastern areas. Highs near 15 to 23C.
Showers and outbreaks of rain affecting northern Scotland tonight. western parts of Scotland, Wales and Ireland will b seeing a scattering of showers being blown in on the wind. More eastern and southern areas are probably going to be dry with some clear spells and staying breezy too. Lows near 9 to 12C.
Low pressure is to the east of the country on Friday. This allows for a northwest wind to develop bringing a cooler day. There will be showers across Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as northwest England and north Wales. Showers may merge into longer spells of rain in Scotland. For many central, southern and eastern parts of Ireland, England and Wales the day sees fewer showers and many areas should stay dry. Some reasonable spells of sunshine developing too. Highs at 15 to 18C in the north and west, up to 24C in the south and east.
Another showery day for Saturday with the westerly winds blowing in the showers. There are likely to be more showers around than on Saturday with most again across northern and western parts of the UK and Ireland. However, an odd heavier shower could occur just about anywhere, although there will be some sunny spells in-between. Highs at 15 to 18C in northern and western areas, but to 24C in southeast England.