A windy day with low pressure to the north. A cold front will be passing south through Scotland and Ireland, reaching Wales and northern England later, bringing cloud and heavy rain with it. Brighter across Scotland and Ireland following this but with heavy showers persisting to the northwest and west. Windy in England, but staying dry for most central and southern areas. Cloud building fromthe northwest through the day here. Highs ranging from 7 to 12C.
Rain spreads southeast across central and southern England as well as southern parts of Wales and Ireland. Showers, some wintry, affect western and northern parts of Scotland. Clear skies across much of Scotland, Northern Ireland and into the north of England. Cloudier elsewhere. Overnight lows under clearer skies at 0 to 2C, staying at 4 to 9C under cloudier skies to the southeast.
A cold front clears southeast England on Sunday morning taking outbreaks of rain with it. Brighter and cooler conditions follow to the north and west. There will be showers to the west, some of them heavy, especially on hills; wintry over the hills of Scotland. A drier, brighter afternoon for eastern areas. Highs at 4 to 7C for much of Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland and northern England, 7 to 11C for the rest of England and Wales.
A deep area of low pressure will be west of Scotland sending fronts across the UK and Ireland that take high winds and outbreaks of rain east on Monday. The rain could be heavy in the west, probably reaching eastern parts of England and Scotland later in the day. Winds will be gale force or stronger to the west. Brighter conditions follow for Ireland but showers will persist to the west. High temperatures at 5 to 10C.