Low pressure to the northwest of Ireland moves northwest, becoming centred to the southwest of Iceland, with a showery, broadly south to southwesterly airstream becoming established. Any lingering rain in the east soon clears to give some sunshine but with showers, some of these heavy and prolonged and with a risk of hail and thunder. Eastern areas will see fewer in the way of showers, though with more sunshine to come here. Away from northern and western coasts, the stiff south or southwesterly breeze will ease. Highs 9 to 13C.
Eastern areas will be largely dry with clear spells but showers will continue to affect southern and western parts. Overnight lows mainly 3 to 7C in the west but milder near to the south coast.
Low pressure to the west of Ireland drifts northeast. Showers, some heavy and prolonged for western areas with a lengthier spell of rain for a time in southernmost counties of England. Drier with spells of sunshine for central and eastern parts. South or southwest winds will be fresh to strong around the coast. Highs 9 to 13C.
Low pressure to the west of Scotland drifts northeast with the risk of a shallow low and associated fronts brushing the southeast of England. Further showers in western areas with the threat of a spell of rain in the south and southeast. Largely dry with spells of sunshine for central and most eastern areas, though. Highs 10 to 14C.