High pressure lies to the southeast whilst fronts move into the northwest of the British Isles. A slight frost in the morning for Scotland, northern and central England and Wales, and possible fog patches. Cloud will thicken in the north and west, with patchy rain or drizzle for Ireland, western Scotland and northwest England through the morning. Rain will persist for parts of Ireland, southwest Scotland and Cumbria through the afternoon but will ease. Sunshine holding on across eastern and southeastern areas. Breezy in the north and northwest. Milder than previous days, reaching 7 to 11C for most.
A mostly cloudy night from Monday into Tuesday with light rain or drizzle for western parts of Ireland, northwest England and much of Scotland. Winds will strengthen through the night for western areas with near gale force gusts possible across Ireland. Some mist and fog patches may develop in the south and east. Overnight lows widely staying above freezing at 3 to 8C.
A southwesterly airflow continues on Wednesday bringing milder air across the British Isles. Blustery in the north and northwest. Lighter winds in the southeast may result in mist and fog patches first thing. Dry for most, with variable cloud and some sun. Patchy drizzly rain for western Scotland and western parts of Ireland exposed to the southwesterly wind. Temperatures reaching 9 to 11C, locally a degree or so higher to the lee of high ground.
High pressure over central Europe maintains a southerly airflow across the British Isles. Generally dry and mild. Slight frost in the morning, and some mist or fog patches in low-lying areas. Some sunshine breaking through, perhaps a good deal of sunshine for many places. Feeling milder, with highs of 9 to 13C, and possibly reaching as high as 14 or 15C in favoured spots to the north of high ground in Wales and Scotland.