A trough of low pressure and frontal system will affect central and western Britain. Areas of persistent rain lasting many hours, some heavy bursts - a risk thundery downpours forming. A little rain reaching eastern counties, although smaller amounts here. Cool temperatures where rain persists, barely above 10C locally. Northwest winds will freshen in western areas. Showery with some brighter spells for Northern Ireland and western Scotland. Highs 13 to 16C.
Clusters of showers continue to affect southern England and Wales, whilst patchy rain also lingers across Scotland into the night. Central and eastern England generally dry with variable cloud. Clearer skies for Ireland. A brisk northerly breeze for southwestern coasts of England & Wales, otherwise winds mostly light. Some fog patches forming in low lying areas. Lows 7 to 11C, locally falling to 5C or below in Highland Scotland and rural parts of Ireland.
Pressure will build and previous fronts will break up. A fair day is likely over much of the country with winds fairly light. One or two areas of residual showers left from the remnants of Monday's rain may occur across central & southern Britain, although many places will be dry with sunny spells. Some early low cloud and mist will clear. Toward evening and into the night, renewed rain and strengthening winds moves into the northwest of the British Isles. Highs 14 to 18C.
A damp day with rain affecting many areas as fronts sweep across the country with brisk westerly winds. Wettest across western regions, especially over the hills. Southeastern parts drier, although the odd patch of rain possible. Rain clearing from most areas through the afternoon and evening. Staying showery in western Scotland much of the day. Best of the brightness to the east. Top temperatures at 13 to 20C, coolest in the northwest, warmest southeast.