Low pressure brings a cloudy day to the UK and Ireland on Sunday with a light northwest to northerly breeze affecting most areas. A murky day for North Sea coasts but there will be some bright spells too, the best of which will be in the south. Showers developing later which could turn heavy and thundery at times. High temperatures widely reaching 14 to 17C. Feeling cooler in the northwest and along eastern coasts at just 12C while some favoured spots in the southeast could see 20 or 21C.
Some showers will linger over eastern areas through Sunday night and into Monday morning. Some mist and fog patches forming here too. Clearer skies to the west where overnight lows will fall to 3 to 6C; 7 to 11C under cloudier skies in the east.
Low pressure to the northeast of the UK with higher pressure building to the southwest. There will be a mix of sunny spells and showers in many areas, most of these affecting eastern parts of the UK and Ireland. Drier and brighter for Wales, Northern Ireland and western parts of England and Scotland. Highs at just 12C in the northwest but up to 20C in southern England, more generally 14 to 17C.
Low pressure stays close by on Tuesday. This brings some sunny spells and showers. The showers tending to be scattered, although they could be thundery in places. Drier and brighter for the southwest, eastern parts of Ireland and the far north of Scotland. High temperatures widely at 12 to 17C: 18 to 20C in some favoured spots in England.