Low pressure brings lots of cloud across the UK and Ireland this morning. Rain is going to be affecting western and northern England and Wales, although western parts of Wales and northwest England as well as southwest England may be drier. Rain in the far east of Ireland. A further area of rain affects East Anglia and the southeast. Breezy in the north and west too. This afternoon stays breezy in the north and west with cloud and periods of rain to eastern and southern Scotland as well as eastern Ireland. Northern England stays damp as does Wales. Heavy, thundery showers affecting southern and southeast England. Drier in northwest Scotland and northwest Ireland. Highs at 19C in southeast England, 10 to 16C elsewhere.
Rain becomes heavier through northern England and eastern Ireland as well as north Wales tonight. The northern extent of the rain is unclear at the moment, although it may be heavy in eastern and southern Scotland. Drier in the far northwest of Scotland. Thundery showers in southeast England. Lows at 7 to 12C.
Low pressure centred over the UK and Ireland on Thursday. This is going to be bringing another unsettled day with rain and showers for many. Rain surrounds the low, although there is uncertainty as to where most of the rain falls. At this time it seems Scotland - except the far northwest - eastern Ireland, Wales and southwest England that may see the heaviest rain. Thundery showers but some brighter spells in central and eastern areas. Drier in the far west of Ireland and northwest Scotland. Windy in the far west too. Highs at 10C in northwest Scotland, 13 to 18C.
Low pressure remains in control on Friday, probably over or west of Ireland. Rain seems more likely to be affect Scotland and Ireland as well as western parts of England and Wales, but there is uncertainty in the detail. Thundery showers are likely in central, southern and eastern parts of England and Scotland. Some bright or sunny spells here too. Highs at 21C in the southeast, 14C in Ireland and the west of the UK.