Broken cloud and sunny spells over the British Isles through today. The best sunshine in eastern and southern areas. A tendency for cloud to be increasing in the west of Scotland bringing some spots of rain here. Scattered showers will be developing across the hills of Wales, Central and southern England this afternoon. Showers in Northern Ireland too. Staying drier and brighter in most of sentral and eastern areas as well as in southern Ireland. Highs at 8 to 11C.
Any showers fading overnight with the cloud tending to break. Most areas are going to be dry, and where clear spells occur there is a risk of a frost. Winds should be remaining light for most. Lows at 0 to 3C.
High pressure is going to be affecting the whole of the UK and Ireland on Wednesday, centred to the east of the country. A chilly start to the day with some good spells of sunshine. Cloud will be developing, although this should be well broken with plenty of sunny spells. A scattering of showers could affect the hills of Scotland, northern England and Wales as well as central Ireland. Highs at 10 to 12C.
High pressure remains over the UK and Ireland on Thursday, centred east of the country. Sunny spells but broken cloud too. Little change into the afternoon with further broken cloud and some sunny spells. Scattered showers developing in the afternoon, but the majority of places remain dry throughout. Tops at 9 to 12C.