An area of showery rain will be spreading south through Northern Ireland and southern Scotland early this morning. The rain pushes into northern England and then the Midlands and East Anglia this afternoon and evening. Colder and brighter weather follows to the north with showers in northeast Scotland. Drier to the far south of Ireland, southern Wales and southern England, but some cloud and patchy rain in the southwest. Highs at 6C in northern Scotland, 12C in southwest England.
Cloud and showery spots of rain across southern Wales and southern England as well as southern parts of Ireland. Colder weather into the rest of the country with some showers in northeast Scotland, these turning wintry over the hills. Lows near 4C in the far south but a widespread frost in northern England and Scotland as well as parts of Ireland.
A ridge of high pressure building through the UK and Ireland on Friday. The northerly flow brings some showers to northeast Scotland and the eastern coasts of England. A few showers in the far southwest of England. Dry elsewhere with lots of sunshine after an early frost. Highs at 3 to 6C.
The ridge of high pressure remains across Scotland, northern England and much of Ireland on Saturday, a widespread frost. It should be a mostly dry day here but with sunshine. Feeling cold too, although some showers in northern Scotland, these wintry open hills. To the south an area of low pressure too be passing east and this will be bringing wind, cloud and rain to areas close to southern coasts of England. Windy in the south too. Highs at 3 to 6C.