Multiple weak fronts edge slowly southeastward across the UK on Monday.These will bring cloud to northwestern and southeastern areas and some light rain to Ireland, northern and western Scotland, Wales and much of England with the exception of the northeast. The best of the brightness will be for northeast England, eastern Scotland and western Wales. Windy in the north. High temperatures at 7 to 11C.
Cloud should mostly clear to the southeast through Monday evening to leave a dry night for most. A new band of cloud will move into western areas bringing persistent rain to western parts of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the northwest of England. Some mist or fog patches could develop over the southern half of the country while there will be a chance of some groundfrost as temperatures dip close to freezing for some areas. Overnight lows ranging from 0 to 4C.
A ridge of high pressure will build across the country early on Tuesday though a frontal system will bring cloud and rain to western areas later in the day. This allows for some morning mist and fog patches in the south and an early frost before cloud builds in from the west. Light rain will reach most of Ireland and Scotland, northwestern England and north Wales through the afternoon. Breezy in the west. Highs at 7 to 10C.
High pressure stays over the south and east of the UK on Wednesday while low pressure remains to the northwest. A cloudy day for most with the exception of the southeast of England. Light rain and drizzle will affect most of the country too with the exception of central and southern parts of England. Heavier rain for western Scotland and northwest England. Breezy in the north and west. High temperatures around 8 to 13C.