Areas of showers affecting southern and western coastal regions of the UK and Ireland on Saturday morning. Some of these heavy to the northwest and for southeast England. Low pressure moves into southern Ireland later bringing strong winds and rain, and this rain turns heavy as it reaches west Wales and southwest England. Through the afternoon this spreads across the Midlands and into the east of England. Strong winds affect southern coastal areas. The best of any drier weather will be for Northern Ireland and Scotland where there could also be some good spells of sunshine to the east. Highs at 4 to 10C.
Rain across England becomes increasingly lighter and more showery through Saturday night into Sunday morning though many southern and western will continue to see showers through the night. Staying windy to the south too. Showers also affect western coasts of Ireland. Staying drier elsewhere with the clearest skies over northern parts of Scotland. Overnight lows at 0 to 2C for much of Scotland, Northern Ireland and the northern half of Ireland; 4 to 7C for much of England, Wales and southern Ireland.
An area of low pressure clears slowly to the east of England on Sunday taking rain with it. A breezy day for many areas. A few showers in western Scotland which may merge to give longer spells of rain. These turn to snow over higher ground too. Showers too for western Ireland as well as the west of Wales and southwest England. Drier for central and eastern areas though the odd shower may develop here at times. High temperatures at 3 to 9C.
A weak ridge of high pressure builds into southwestern areas on Monday but a west-northwesterly flow dominates across the country. This brings cloud and outbreaks of rain to western coastal regions but there will also be plenty of brightness for central and eastern areas. A breezy day across the country with high temperatures at 5 to 9C.