Broken cloud through Ireland, Wales, southern and central parts of England with some sunny spells here. Lots of sunshine in northern England and Northern Ireland as well as southern Scotland. Windier weather in northern Scotland where there will be Cloud and periods of rain, the heaviest in the northeast. More sunny spells this afternoon for Ireland, Wales and England. Generally dry but with some isolated showers in eastern Ireland and the tops of the hills of Derbyshire and Wales. More cloud and periods of rain in northern Scotland. Highs at a cold 10C in northern Scotland, 13 to 17C for most other areas, 22C in the southeast.
Dry with clear spells in much of England and Wales. Some thicker cloud in the far west of Ireland later with some rain here. Breezier in northern Scotland with cloud and some spots of rain. Dry in southern Scotland with clearer skies. Lows near 6 to 11C.
A weakening occluded front moves through Ireland and into southwest England on Thursday. This brings rather a lot of cloud and some showery spots of rain. Low pressure north of Scotland while an occluded front brings cloud and rain into the north of Scotland. Elsewhere there will be plenty of dry weather with some sunny spells. Staying breezy in northern Scotland. Highs at 23C in southeast England, 10C in northern Scotland. Friday
The weak occluded front brings cloud and some showery outbreaks of rain over Ireland, Wales and England. A few moderate bursts of rain in southern England. Drier in Scotland with some sunny spells, the best in the west. Showers or spots of rain in the far northeast of Scotland where it stays breezy. Tops at 10C in northern Scotland, 23C in southeast England.