A breezy morning with plenty of cloud affecting much of England, Wales and Ireland. There will be outbreaks of rain in Wales and southern England as well as the far south of Ireland. This rain continues on and off through this afternoon. Further north it stays breezy with a fair amount of cloud and showers in western Scotland and western Scotland. Eastern areas of Scotland and northeast England are likely to be brighter with some sunny spells. Highs at 7C in northern Scotland, 13C in southern England.
Heavy periods of rain reaching Ireland overnight. This rain affecting Wales and western England by Saturday morning with severe gales affecting southern England and southern Wales too. Drier in most of Scotland with clearer skies in the north although there will be some sleet in Shetland. Rain reaches southern Scotland later. Lows at 0C in central Scotland, 11C in southern England.
Low pressure crosses northern England on Saturday. Very windy to the south of the low bringing severe gales in England and Wales. heavy spells of rain in Wales, Ireland and northern England and southern Scotland. The rain turns to snow over the hills of Ireland, northern England and southern Scotland as it clears east into the afternoon and evening. Probably drier and brighter in northern Scotland. Tops at 6C in northern Scotland, 5C in Ireland and southern Scotland as well as the far north of England, 10C in southern England.
Low pressure remains to the east of the country on Sunday. A chilly north to northwest flow affects all areas. There will be showers, wintry on the hills of Wales, northern England and Scotland. The best of any sunshine is likely over Ireland and western parts of the UK through the afternoon. The winds easing later. Highs at 6 to 8C.