Pressure is going to be high over the UK and Ireland on Saturday. A weak front is expected to become stationary over southern England and the far south of Wales. This gives drizzle and some patchy outbreaks of rain. Cloudy skies in England, Wales and much of Ireland, just a few bright spells developing. Showers in northern Ireland and western Scotland with the cloud breaking in eastern Scotland where it feels chilly in the wind. Highs at a cooler 7 to 12C.
Clear skies will develop over much of the island of Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England overnight. Cloudier in the far south where a weak front lingers and cloudy with outbreaks of rain in the northwest and for the Northern Isles where another front sweeps eastward. Low temperatures falling to -1 to 4C.
A cold front eventual clears southern England on Sunday morning, taking spots of rain with it. Turning brighter for most as a ridge of high pressure builds through Ireland, England and Wales allowing for sunny spells. Breezy in Scotland with showers here, most of them in the north and west. Drier and brighter in eastern and southern Scotland. Highs at 13C in southeast England, 8 to 10C in the north and west.
High pressure is centred over the Irish Sea on Monday and is affecting all of the UK and Ireland. It will be a cool day but dry with plenty of sunshine. There may be a few mist and fog patches around first thing but these should burn off quickly. High cloud may turn the sun hazy at times while northern areas may remain cloudy for much of the day. Highs at 9 to 13C.