A cooler northerly flow affecting all parts of the UK and Ireland today. There will be some showers, mainly affecting eastern Scotland and eastern England, although they will be light overall. Some cloud in Ireland with some patchy rain or showers as a front pushes south. Elsewhere it will be dry with broken cloud and some bright spells. The afternoon sees thicker cloud in Wales and southwest England, a few showers here and there. Showers may become heavier in southern Scotland and northern England. Breezy in Ireland. Highs at 11 to 17C.
There could be a few heavier showers this evening and at first tonight over northern England and parts of the Midlands. These heading towards East Anglia and the eastern Midlands later. Further scattered showers in northern Scotland, some rain in the northeast of Scotland where it will be windy too. Scattered showers in northern and western Ireland, dry for most. Lows at 4 to 9C.
An area of low pressure will be east of Scotland on Friday. Strong winds in Scotland with periods of rain to the north and east. The threat of heavier showers in southern Ireland, south and west Wales in the morning, moving into southwest England. A few showers elsewhere but some sunny spells too. The rain becomes heavy through the afternoon across northeast Scotland. Highs at 9C in northern Scotland, 16C in southern England.
Low pressure will be off the coast of northeast England on Saturday. This has a front wrapped around it ans will be bringing lots of cloud, wind and rain to many areas. The focus for the unsettled weather is likely to be much of Scotland, northern England, Wales and the Midlands as well as East Anglia. Tending to be drier in Ireland and the far west of Scotland, although some showers in coasts. Drier to in the far southwest of England. Widespread gales and feeling cold. Highs at just 10 to 15C.