Low pressure is to the east of the UK on Sunday while high pressure is west of Ireland. A cold northerly flow will be affecting all areas. Showers are likely for eastern parts of Scotland and England, and there could be some in eastern Ireland and north Wales too. Drier for other parts with some good spells of sunshine. Feeling cold in the wind with highs at just 8 to 12C.
Showers developing over central and southern parts of England through the night from Sunday into Monday as an area of low pressure swirls over the near continent. This could also bring some heavier, more persistent rain to the far southeast. Elsewhere it's a dry night with clear skies over much of Ireland, Scotland and Northern Ireland with overnight lows at a chilly 0 to 4C here. Slightly milder for much of England and Wales at 6 to 10C .
A ridge of high pressure builds over Ireland and the UK on Monday. This should bring a more settled day to most areas. Some bright or sunny spells, the best of these in the west. Lower pressure over southeast England brings the risk of some rain here, although uncertainty as to how much there might be. Temperatures at 8 to 13C for most, 14 or 15C possible to the far southeast.
Pressure remains high over most of the UK and Ireland on Tuesday. Morning mist and fog patches clear to leave broken cloud and sunny spells once again. Fronts may bring rain to the far north and west of Scotland as well as western Ireland. Breezy here too. Best of the sunshine to the south and east. High temperatures at 8 to 12C.