A damp morning across much of northern and eastern Ireland with mist and fog shrouding the hills here. Dry for most of England, Scotland and Wales, although there will be increasingly damp conditions arriving in the far southwest of Scotland, western Wales and parts of Cornwall. Drier elsewhere with some sunny spells, the best of them in the east. Western areas of the UK become increasingly damp and murky this afternoon as brighter and drier weather follows into western Ireland. Dry in eastern Scotland and eastern England with broken cloud and some sunny spells. Highs at 14 to 20C.
Cloudy and damp in western parts of the UK tonight. Mist and fog will be shrouding the hills as the rain becomes more persistent. Drier in most of eastern Scotland and eastern England. Rain in Scotland is likely to be patchy, eastern areas being dry. Drier in Ireland with clear skies in the west. Lows near 4 to 8C.
A front edges eastwards through Wednesday. This gives cloud and showery outbreaks of rain. Most of the rain will be light, but the odd heavier bursts could occur, especially over hills. Drier and brighter to the west with a mix of sunshine and scattered showers in Ireland. Drier over western coasts and hills. Cool in the west at 14C, warmer in the east at 20C.
A cold front moves eastwards through the country on Wednesday. This is going to be bringing showery rain with it, a few heavier bursts in places and perhaps even an odd crack of thunder. Turning brighter in the west with sunny spells but although the risk of some showers in Ireland. Temperatures at a mild 20C in southeast England, but a cooler 12 to 14C in the west.