A cold day for all. Windy with rain across northern England, western parts of the Midlands and Wales, some of it heavy. Drier in eastern and southern England with bright or sunny spells. Showers in northern and eastern Scotland, drier and brighter in the west. Sunny spells and breezy as well as cold in Ireland. This afternoon sees outbreaks of rain passing south through central, southern and eastern England. Showery rain in n orthern and eastern Scotland. Drier in the west with sunny spells and staying brigjt and drier in Ireland. Staying breezy in centrla and southern England and Wales. Cold with temperatures at 6C in northern Scotland, 8C in northern England, 12C in East Anglia and southeast England.
Cloud and outbreaks of rain or showers affecting eastern parts of Scotland and England. Further showers in western Wales and the west of England and Wales. Scattered showers around the coasts of Ireland. Drier inland, but some clear spells in central and southern areas. Highs at 2 to 6C for most, but some frost in central Scotland, northern England and Wales.
An area of low pressure will be cenred over Ireland on Wednesday and will be bringing a cold day. Rain ,some of it heavy in Ireland, western Wales as well as western England and southwest Scotland. Becoming windy in the west later. Some showery rain over eastern coasts of England. Misty elsewhere with some fog patches being slow to clear. Highs at 4C in northern Scotland, 8C in southern England.
The area of low pressure crossing England and Wales on Thursday. Windy for many areas, but especialy southern Scotland, northern and western England, Wales and Ireland. There will be showers or longer spells of rain surrounding the area of low pressure, some of these heavy at times. Northern England and Wales are likely to be wettest. Brighter spells in central and northern Scotland but some showers too, these wintry over hills. Highs at 6 to 9C.