Cloudy with periods of rain in central and eastern Scotland throughout today, feeling cold here too. An area of patchier rain in the far southwest of England and southern Ireland again this lasting throughout the day. Elsewhere cloud will be broken and there will be sunny spells, the best of them in the west. Some thicker cloud in the east. Highs at 7 to 13C.
Tonight is breezy over Scotland with cloud and outbreaks of rain, most in the east. A few spots of drizzle in the far northeast of England. Some patchy rain and drizzle in the far southwest too. Generally dry for most places with some clear spells in the west. eastern areas always tending to see more cloud. Lows at 1C in central Ireland, mainly 3 to 7C elsewhere.
An easterly flow persists across the country on Sunday. It is likely that thicker cloud and showery bursts of rain will continue to affect central and eastern Scotland. There could be further showers along eastern coasts too, as well as over high ground of northern and central England. Dry for most though with sunny spells, the best of them in western wales and Ireland. Milder in the east at 17C, 12C in the cloudier spots.
The easterly flow continues on Monday. A front gives cloud and outbreaks of rain across northern and eastern England as a second front give showery rain in southern Ireland, Wales and southwest England. The best of the dry weather on central and northern Scotland where there will be good spells of sunshine. Broken cloud and some sunny spells elsewhere. Tops at 9 to 17C.