Another chilly day for all today. The easterly wind will be blowing showers into northeast England and eastern Scotland. Further west and south it should be drier and brighter with some sunny spells developing. The showers are going to be continuing into this afternoon, again most in the east although there could be a few in the northern Midlands too. Staying dry west and south with some sunny spells here. Highs near 12 to 16C.
Overnight there will be further showers in eastern England and eastern Scotland, these generally well scattered. More western and southern areas, as well as most of Ireland will be staying dry overall with the cloud being broken. A slight ground frost in a few places under clearer skies. Lows at 2 to 8C.
High pressure over Scandinavia. This brings an easterly flow through the UK and Ireland again. Cloud and some outbreaks of showery rain in the east and along southern coasts of England. The afternoon sees a few showers drifting into the Midlands and southern England, although staying mostly dry to the west with some brighter spells. Highs at 12 to 15C.
High pressure remains over Scandinavia on Thursday. The easterly wind brings plenty of cloud and it feels cold through the day. Rain over eastern parts of Scotland and England, this perhaps spilling westwards into northwest England and Northern ireland as well as eastern Ireland. Tending to stay mostly dry in England and Wales, but feeling cold. A risk of some showers along southern coasts of England. Drier and brighter in the far north and west of Scotland with a few brighter spells here. A breezy day with highs at 10 to 13C.