Low pressure over central Europe and a ridge of high pressure building through Ireland and western Scotland. A fresh to strong northeast flow over England and Wales as well as southern Scotland. Outbreaks of rain in eastern Scotland and eastern England, most persistent in the southeast. Fair and dry as well as bright in western Scotland, Wales and western England as well as most of Ireland. Highs at 5 to 9C.
Rain continuing over southeastern parts of England through Friday night and into Saturday morning. Staying dry elsewhere but with mostly cloudy skies. Winds easing too but staying fresh over much of England and Wales. Overnight lows at 1C or lower for Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland and northwestern England; 4 to 8C elsewhere.
Low pressure east of the UK on Saturday. Cloud and rain in eastern parts of England. Western parts should be drier with broken cloud and some sunny spells. It may be rather misty for a while before slowly lifting to leave brighter weather. Cloud and outbreaks of rain in western Ireland western Scotland. Temperatures at 4 to 10C.
A slacker pressure flow on Sunday. There will be a fair amount of cloud and some outbreaks of drizzle too, most in the north and west. Rather misty and murky, although there could be an odd brighter spell in the east of England. A risk of some snow over the Grampians and Southern Uplands. Highs at 4 to 9C.