Remnants of the weekend's downpours will linger across northern Britain & Ireland, with further persistent rain for Scotland, plus slow-moving thundery downpours. A few locally heavy and perhaps thundery showers for England & Wales, but also a good deal of dry weather and sunny spells. However, as low pressure moves in from the Atlantic, heavy rain sets in for southwest England & Wales by evening. Light winds during the day will increase later in south. Highs 17 to 22C.
Extensive heavy rain will advance across the southern half of England & Wales, spreading into the Midlands and East Anglia as the night progresses. Outbreaks of rain also reaching Yorkshire, Lancashire & north Wales although less heavy here. Dry much of the night for Cumbria, the northeast and southern Scotland. Areas of rain continue to affect the Highlands. Some showers for Northern Ireland. Windy in southern England, gales around Channel coasts. Lows 9 to 13C.
An unsettled day as low pressure spirals across Britain. Areas of heavy showers as well as longer spells of rain across the country. The most prolonged heavy rain across central and northern England, also Wales early in the day, then tending to break up into clusters of showers for Wales and the southwest, with a little sunshine later in the day here. Windy across southern Britain, risk of gales for a time around exposed coasts. Light winds in the north. Highs 14 to 20C.
Tuesday's weather system clears away eastwards, although the country remains beneath a generally showery weather pattern. Sunny spells and some locally heavy bursts of rain are expected, these transferring eastwards in the afternoon. Western areas of Britain and Ireland should see an improvement in conditions as the day progresses as higher pressure ridges in from the Atlantic. Feeling fresh with a westerly breeze, 15 to 21C.