Plenty of cloud around for Friday morning with rain affecting much of eastern Ireland and the western parts of the UK. This rain could be heavy at times and it will be windy with gales on western coast and hills. Some drizzle and low cloud affecting southern coast of England to, but eastern parts of England and eastern Scotland should be dry. This afternoon stays breezy and cloudy for most. There will be further outbreaks of rain affecting western areas and again these may be heavy as a high ground. Tending to be drier across central and eastern parts of England but some outbreaks of rain across eastern Scotland and north-east England. Highs at 8 to 10C.
Rain is going to become heavier through the course of tonight, mostly affecting western and southern areas. It will be windy as well. Low cloud and drizzle along southern coast, mostly dry in the east until later. Tending to become dry across Ireland too. Lows at 6 to 9C.
Saturday sees fronts moving northwards bringing more rain across central and southern England and Wales as well as southern Ireland. This is going to quickly spread northwards and become heavier through the day. Wet through the afternoon across much of Scotland, Northwest England, Wales and Southwest England as well as Ireland. There is a risk of some localised flooding in more western areas. It may stay dry across East Anglia and Southeast England with some bright or sunny spells here leading to very mild weather. Highs at 15C in the southeast, more generally 9 to 13C.
A front remains through northern England, the Midlands, Wales and Southwest England on Sunday. This is going to bring more cloud and periods of rain some of them heavy at times. Drier with some bright spells across East Anglia and South East England, the possibility of some sunshine to. Dry and bright in central and eastern parts of Scotland as well as western Ireland. Cloudier in the east of Ireland. A few showers in western Scotland. Highs at 15C in southeast England, mainly 9 to 11C.