A southwest flow across the UK and Ireland on Sunday brings further showers to the west and south, some of these will be heavy over western Scotland and northwestern Ireland. The showers will be wintry over western hills and coasts and over northern parts of England and southern Scotland. A risk of blizzard conditions on hills in heavier showers. Eastern areas will be bright and mostly dry after overnight heavy showers have cleared. A risk of some heavier rain developing for south-central England later. Highs at 2 to 7C for most, 8 or 9C to the far southeast and southwest.
Wintry showers continue for western areas overnight from Sunday into Monday while heavier bursts of rain spread into southeast England. Heavy bursts of rain also develop for Northern Ireland and northwestern Ireland. Elsewhere there will be variable amounts of cloud around and it will be breezy to the northwest and southeast. Overnight lows falling to -1 to 1C in northern and western towns and cities; 3 to 7C across much of England and Wales.
Low pressure is to the northwest of the UK on Monday. This brings showery outbreaks of rain to western Ireland and western Scotland. Some wintry showers over the hills of Scotland and over higher ground in the northern half of Ireland, northern England and north Wales early in the day. Tending to be drier in central and eastern areas, although a threat of rain in the southeast later. Highs widely at 2 to 7C, 8 or 9C to the far southeast and southwest.
Low pressure to the west of Ireland on Tuesday while a weak ridge builds over the British Isles bringing plenty of bright sunshine. Scattered showers in western parts of the UK and along southern coasts. More persistent rain for northern Scotland. Many areas will be dry although rather misty with a risk of fog at first. Cloud builds into the southwest of Ireland later. High temperatures at 2 to 7C.