Low pressure centred to the east of Scotland on Monday brings a northwesterly flow to the British Isles. Continuing breezy too with gales still possible for western coasts through the morning. Frequent showers and outbreaks of rain affect northern and western areas while southeastern areas will tend to be drier but still rather cloudy. More prolonged spells of rain could affect northwestern England. The best of the sun over northeast England and eastern Scotland. Highs range from 13 to 20C.
Showers and showery outbreaks of rain continue to affect western coastal areas through Monday night into Tuesday while northern coasts of Scotland also see the development of patchy light rain. Outbreaks of rain could also spread to eastern parts of Ireland overnight. Staying breezy to the far south. Overnight lows at 7 to 13C.
Low pressure moves over the North Sea on Tuesday bringing a chilly northerly flow to northern parts of the UK. As it moves further east through the day winds ease and showery outbreaks of rain over Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England dry up. A weak low to the southwest of Ireland brings a westerly flow over much of Ireland, Wales and southern parts of England. Outbreaks of rain affect western coasts and hills here. Drier over central England and to the east. Highs range from 13 or 14C in the north to 21C in the south.
Low pressure over Ireland on Wednesday keeps conditions rather mixed into mid-week. Showery outbreaks of rain affect most areas - these heaviest over southern and eastern parts of England with the odd rumble of thunder here at times. Staying drier over the far north of Scotland with some spells of sunshine here. Becoming brighter too for Ireland and western parts of the UK later. Highs range from 12C to 22C.