Low pressure continues to affect the UK and Ireland on Tuesday, despite having moved away to the east. A northerly wind will be pulling cooler, moist air down from the Artic throughout the day. There will be some showery outbreaks of rain across Scotland and Northern Ireland, most of this fairly light. Largely dry with plenty of cloud elsewhere, but western areas will be at risk of outbreaks of light rain throughout the day.The far south of Ireland and the far south of England are expected to have cloudier skies and rain, albeit mostly light, spreading eastwards. Highs around 13 to 18C in the north and 17 to 21C in the south.
Rain will gradually clear the far south but linger over the southeast corner throughout the night, perhaps briefly becoming more persistent and heavier. Further north and across central parts will be largely dry, however, northern and eastern coasts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland as well as western Wales will see showery rain hold on to these places. The rain could turn more persistent in southern Scotland later in the night. Temperatures falling to around 9 to 12C in the north and west. Milder in the far south and southeast at 14 to 17C.
Wednesday will see the UK under low pressure again, with the north and northwest feeling that chilly northerly breeze. Showery rain is forecast to affect the north and west of the UK through much of the day, however, it should gradually become brighter and drier. Meanwhile, the far southeast will start cloudy with patchy rain before clearing to allow for drier conditons to come about. Showers are expected to affect much of England and Wales, with heavier and more persistent spells of rain across western places. Highs around 11 to 14C in Scotland and northern England. 15 to 18C over Ireland and Northern Ireland and much of England. Warmer at 21C in the southeast.
A light wind flow today brings a day of broken cloud and some bright or sunny spells. There are likely to be a few showers developing in the morning, mostly in the west. These showers could affect many inland ares of England, Wales and southern Scotland in the afternoon, although they will always tend to be scattered. A front approaching western Ireland later will be bringing more cloud here, although it should be staying mostly dry until evening. Highs around 14 to 18C generally and 22C in the south.