A general area of low pressure drifts slowly south across Britain and Ireland. A generally cloudy day, with areas of rain moving around slowly, some heavy bursts at times. Thundery downpours forming locally. The heaviest prolonged rain likely focused over Wales and the southwest by afternoon and evening. Winds generally light, although easterlies strengthen with time in the north. Highs 11 to 17C.
Areas of rain will continue to affect central and southern England & Wales, some further heavy falls possible, although tending to break up gradually with time. Extensive cloud, with hill fog and some coastal murk too. A generally dull picture by first light on Thursday. Scotland and Northern Ireland becoming mainly dry. An east to northeasterly wind strengthens for all. Lows 5 to 10C, coolest in Scotland.
Low pressure will move slowly away southwards, and strong east to northeasterly winds will affect the British Isles. Areas of rain moving westwards across England and Wales may persist for a few hours in places, with some heavy and possibly thundery downpours, these focused toward the southwest. Scotland and Northern Ireland generally drier with some broken cloud and sunshine. Highs 15 to 20C.
Strong easterly winds continue as low pressure remains centred to the south. A fairly cloudy day, with best of any sunshine in western regions. Rain or drizzle at times, may persist across northeast England and some Pennine areas. Another zone of rain is likely in the far south, with some heavy falls possible locally toward the southwest. Highs 13 to 22C, warmest in central England away from rain.