Cloud increasing through western areas of Wales and southwest England through Monday morning as an area of showery rain passes south through Ireland. Brighter for Scotland and eastern England with some spells of sunshine here. The afternoon sees showers developing over the high ground of Wales and across much of southern England. A few showery bursts of rain remain in western Ireland. Staying bright in other areas, the best sunshine in Scotland and northern England. Cool for all with highs at 16 to 21C, but a cool 14C in eastern Ireland.
Any showers quickly fade through the evening to leave conditions dry with clear spells developing for many. Some thicker cloud moves into Ireland in the early hours with some spots of drizzle and light rain in the west later. Lows near a cool 7 to 11C.
A front over Ireland bringing cloud and rain here through Tuesday. Most of the rain in western and southern areas. Broken cloud in western areas of the UK with some bright or sunny spells as a few showers develop over the hills of Wales, southern and northern England in the afternoon. The east of the UK is going to be drier and brighter with sunny spells. Highs at 18C in the cloudier west, 21 or 22C in eastern England.
A moist southwest airflow affects Ireland and western parts of the UK on Wednesday. This brings plenty of cloud with it as a front crosses Ireland giving some outbreaks of rain. This rain may affect some western coasts of England, Wales and Scotland in the afternoon, although is likely to be mostly light. Eastern areas may be brighter at first, but clouding over later. Highs at 17 to 22C.