A mostly cloudy and wet start to Saturday is forecast across parts of England and Wales as outbreaks of light or moderate, locally heavy generally move north and eastwards, some of the heaviest rain could be through more central and northern areas of England but clearing into the afternoon. Elsewhere sunshine and scattered showers dominate but with, overlal the best conditions through the day being across parts of Scotland and Ireland. Near average temperatures, highs 8C to 14C.
Into Saturday evening and overnight and any residual rain across parts of E England will pull away into the N Sea and then a lot of dry weather is predicted, perhaps with some mist and fog patches in place. A few showers may continue across Scotland though and later in the day some patchy rain or drizzle may begin to develop across SE England. A relatively mild night, but chilly in the countryside, lows 2C to 7C.
Low pressure is set to continue to dominate the weather through the course of Sunday and while some drier and brighter, if not sunnier intervals are possible more locally and regionally, many areas will maintain a risk of some rain or showers, perhaps especially across more southern and south-eastern areas of England and perhaps further north and west too. Winds mainly light and variable across many areas. Temperatures not far from average, cooler in the north and west, near or slightly above average in the south and east were mild or very mild. Highs 7C to 13C.
At the moment sunshine and showers will dominate into Monday of next week, but with many areas having some drier and brighter, if not sunnier conditions through the day. It does seem likely though that another new area of low pressure will approach, from the west, off the N Atlantic and this may well introduce increasingly wet and windy conditions across more western areas through the second half of the day and into the overnight period. Temperatures near to average, highs 8C to 14C.