Into Sunday and some rain and drizzle is forecast across more central, southern and perhaps south-eastern areas of England through the day, may be moving north-westwards into parts of Wales and southern areas of N England. Otherwise more northern and western areas of the British Isles will be drier with some sunshine and showers. Near average temperatures, highs 8C to 15C.
Into Sunday night and not a great deal will change with still an on-going risk of some rain or drizzle, perhaps more showery conditions too across SE England, but many central and southern areas of England having a fairly cloudy and damp or wet night. DRier further north and west with some clear spells and just a few scattered showers. Chilly in the north, especially in the countryside, lows 2C to 4C, milder elsewher 4C to 8C.
At the moment sunshine and showers will dominate into Monday of next week, but with many areas having some drier and brighter, if not sunnier conditions through the day. It does seem likely though that another new area of low pressure will approach, from the west, off the N Atlantic and this may well introduce increasingly wet and windy conditions across more western areas through the second half of the day and into the overnight period. Temperatures near to average, highs 8C to 14C.
Low pressure is still set to be the dominant feature moving across England and Wales, at the moment, through the day and this will maintain a risk of rain or showers quite widely and perhaps with some locally heavy precipitation possible across England and Wales, at least for a time, during the day. Scotland may well see the driest weather with sunny spells. Potentially remaining rather windy as low pressure continues to dominate, windiest weather across southern areas. Temperatures near to average, highs 8C to 14C, but cooler along eastern coastal areas given a developing E'ly breeze, temperatures around 6C to 9C here.