Low pressure centred over Scotland on Sunday bringing a windy day to most areas. Gales are possible for western coastal areas. Heavy, blustery showers affect southwestern parts of Ireland and the UK while more prolonged spells of rain affect Northern Ireland, Scotland, north Wales and northern England. Staying drier to the southeast of Ireland and England as well as for northeast Scotland. High temperatures at a cool 13 to 20C, mildest southeast.
Staying windy overnight for many with coastal gales persisting to the west. Outbreaks of rain also continue to affect much of Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as western coasts and hills of Ireland, England and Wales. A drier night for eastern and southern England with some clearer skies developing here. Overnight lows around 9 to 11C.
Low pressure centred to the east of Scotland on Monday bringing 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. Highs range from 14 to 20C.
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 to the east. Highs range from 14 or 15C in the north to 21C in the south.