Scattered showers in eastern oarts of England and Scotland this morning but these will be fading. Most areas dry and bright through the morning and into the afternoon, although always the threat of a showers over high ground of northern England and Scotland. A fron brings increasing cloud into southern Ireland, southern Wales and southwest England with the threat of some drizzle on coasts and hills here. Highs at 20C in southeast England, 14C in northern Scotland, 16 to 18C for most.
Rain moves into southern Ireland, Wales and southwest England tonight, some of the rain heavy to the southwest. A few showers breaking out in northwest England and the Isle of Man later in the night. More northern and eastern areas should be drier with clearer spells. Lows near a cold 3C in central Scotland, 9 to 12C elsewhere.
Low pressure is in control of the weather on Wednesday as fronts sweep eastwards. This takes rain, heavy at times across much of England and Wales as brighter weather with some showers follows into Ireland and the west of the UK. Bright spells and showers in Scotland and northern England. Breezy in southern England. Highs at 12C in central Scotland, 20C in southwest England.
A ridge of high pressure builds over the UK and Ireland on Thursday. Isolated showers will be dying away quickly to leave a mostly dry and bright day with sunny spells. A warm front passes through western Ireland bringing more cloud and some drizzle here as well as into the west of Scotland. Temperatures at 24C in southeast England, 15C in northern Scotland.