A milder start to the day than we've seen of late with temperatures above freezing for most. Early rain clears southeastern parts of England during the morning while frequent, blustery showers feed into Irish Sea coasts of England and Wales and into western parts of Scotland. Showers tend to ease into the afternoon but cloud thickens to the southwest and another area of rain spreads into southwestern parts of the UK and Ireland during the late afternoon and evening. A breezy day across the region with coastal gales to the west and northwest. High temperatures range from 6 to 12C.
Rain spreads to most areas overnight from Monday into Tuesday with the exception, perhaps, of the far southeast of England. As rain clears western areas clearer skies develop here along with frequent, blustery showers. Winds stay strong across the country with coastal gales to the west and north. Overnight lows drop to 2C in the north of Scotland, more widely at 5 to 9C.
A band of rain gradually clears southeast from England through Tuesday morning, though far southeastern areas could hold on to the rain well into the afternoon. Elsewhere it's a mostly bright and breezy day with frequent blustery showers. These mainly affecting western areas. Coastal gales affecting far northwestern and northern parts of Scotland. A mild day with high temperatures of 7 or 8C in Scotland, though more widely we'll see highs range from 9 to 11C.
Areas of low pressure to the northwest and southwest on Wednesday bring an unsettled day to Ireland and the UK with strong winds and outbreaks of rain. One band of rain clears northeast from northern England and Scotland during the morning with a mix of blustery showers and sunny spells following. Gales affect northwest coasts. During the afternoon another band of rain spreads across Ireland and into the southwest UK. Coastal gales are possible later to the south. Highs at 5 to 10C.