High pressure to the northwest of Britain draws in a cold Arctic air mass across the country. Strong north to northeasterly winds will feel distinctly chilly for early May. A scattering of showers affect northern Scotland and eastern counties of England, these of hail, or snow over the hill tops. Generally dry with sunshine across central and western regions. A chilly start with frost in sheltered spots. High temperatures only reaching 8 to 12C.
A few showers persist for northern parts of the UK through Monday night and into Tuesday morning with some cloud around here too. Some of these showers will be wintry over higher ground. Clearer skies over southern parts of the UK and Ireland. A chilly night with overnight lows ranging from -1 to 2C for most, cold enough for a frost to form in more sheltered spots.
Dry for most places through the day with slack high pressure in charge. A few showers possible for Scotland and Northern Ireland first thing with more cloud here. A band of patchy rain spreads south over Scotland through the day; eastern areas may see some heavier bursts. Sunshine and broken cloud for England, Ireland and Wales. Light winds, typically northwesterlies across northern Britain. A chilly start with frost in many rural areas. Highs of 10 to 13C.
High pressure stays positioned to the northwest of the UK, with mostly dry weather. Localised showers may break out for Scotland, and near some eastern coasts too. A freshening easterly breeze is likely across southern parts of England. Sunshine and warmth best in the west. Feeling cool near eastern coasts. Highs range from 8 to 14C.