Low pressure passing north through the Irish Sea today. This brings a wet morning to Ireland, Wales and western England with some heavy and thundery spells of rain at times. Scotland and eastern parts of England should be drier and brighter at first, although a few showers developing. Things are then wet from the north of Ireland, across northern and into eastern England, again with a risk of a thunderstorm. Brighter and drier weather arriving in southern England, although with one or two showers. Drier in northern Scotland, although heavy showers forming in central and southern Scotland. Highs at 21C in southeast England, 15 to 17C for many but 11C in Ireland.
Rain through northern parts of Ireland, Scotland and the far north of England overnight. Drier weather in more central and southern England and Wales as well as the far south of Ireland. Drier in the far north of Scotland although cloudier. Lows at 5 to 10C for most, 14C in the southeast.
Low pressure is expected to be centred over southern Scotland on Wednesday. Fronts will be bringing heavy showers and longer periods of rain into western Scotland and Ireland, some of it thundery. Drier in much od central and southern England, a scattering of showers in Wales and western England. There is a risk of some thundery bursts of rain developing in East Anglia and the southeast in the afternoon. Highs at 17 to 20C in the east, a cooler 11 to 14C in the north and west.
Low pressure is east of the UK on Thursday. Sunny spells and scattered showers for much of England and Wales. Most of the showers in Wales and western England. Heavier showers in western and northern Ireland, some thundery. More cloud and some rain or showers in northern and eastern Scotland. Temperatures at 21C in southeast England, 13C in Ireland and 14 to 16C in western areas of the UK.