A cool, breezy and showery day for many. There will be plenty of cloud around across many western parts of England, Wales and the whole of Ireland with outbreaks of showery rain affecting western coasts and hills. Some sunshine in the southeast at first but the cloud increasing through the morning here. More showery rain across northern England and Northern Ireland although some brighter skies coming through this afternoon. A damp, windy and chilly morning for Scotland before becoming drier in the east this afternoon. Feeling cool with highs at 18C in southeast England, 11C in northern Scotland.
A cold night to come over Scotland with clear skies leading to a touch of air first and a widespread ground frost in central areas. Cloud and some spots of rain in central Ireland and northern England. Clearer skies and tending to stay dry in the south of England and Wales with low of 10 to 12C.
A warm front brings lots of cloud through Ireland, Wales and the west of England on Saturday. There will be patchy rain and drizzle with some fog on western hills and coasts. Brighter and drier to the east with the sun poking through the cloud, feeling warm where it does. Scotland should be drier with sunny spells, the best in the east, although western areas always at risk of some low cloud and coastal fog. More persistent rain may reach southern Ireland later. Highs at 22C in the southeast, 13C in northwest Scotland.
A cold front passes eastwards on Sunday taking rain through Ireland and into Scotland, northern England, Wales and southwest England in the morning. South-eastern areas of England should be drier with some bright or sunny spells. Brighter weather follows into the west of the UK and Ireland before thicker cloud moves back into Ireland later. Rather breezy in the north. Temperatures at 23C in the sunshine in the southeast, a fresh 15C in Ireland and just 10C in western Scotland.