Another cold day on Sunday. Some snow initially then sleet and rain will sweep across much of the country, with rain turning heavy in the west. The southeast corner of England should remain dry until the evening. Winds will blow strong for many and near gale to gale force strength for some places towards the coasts and in the west. Highs at 2 to 5C for most but much milder across Ireland, Northern Ireland, southwest England and west Wales with high here at 7 to 12C.
Rain, with possible sleet and snow to higher ground, will gradually clear England and Wales from the northwest, being confined to the far southeast of England by dawn. Drier elsewhere, but more patchy yet light rain will push into far western areas as well as southern Ireland very early morning. A relatively milder night than of late with lows largely staying above zero, well above in the west.
A cloudy and damp start to the southeast corner of England before rain clears here through the morning. Meanwhile, patchy outbreaks of rain look to spread across northern areas. Largely dry across Wales and central England with some sunny spells developing here. Highs between 3 and 8C in the north and east while the south and west expect highs between 9 and 12C.
A wet morning across much of the country on Tuesday but the heaviest rainfall should largely clear by afternoon, albeit the southeast of England could hold on to the more persistent rain still. Sunny spells and showers developing through the afternoon. Highs at 4 to 9C across Scotland and northern England and 7 to 11C elsewhere.