Showers developing this morning across southern and southwestern England and Wales. These showers becoming more widespread through central and northern areas as the morning progresses. These could be torrential this afternoon over northern England and Wales. Fewer showers in the far south of England. Sunshine and showers in Ireland, although only isolated showers in the east of Ireland. Scotland will have heavy showers over the south this afternoon, drier elsewhere. Highs at 12 to 18C.
Heavier showers or longer spells of rain through Scotland and southern and eastern Ireland, these moving into Wales. Scattered showers for western Ireland. The showers tending to be fading from much of England, some clear skies developing, although always a risk of showers over southern coasts. Lows near 6 to 8C.
Low pressure over Ireland will be affecting the whole of the British Isles on Wednesday. Showers will be developing again and these are going to become increasingly heavy and prolonged. There is a risk of thunderstorms and a chance of hail. Most of the showers in central and eastern areas. The best of any bright or sunny spells to the west, although even here there will be showers. More persistent rain may affect the far north of Scotland. Highs at 11 to 17C.
An unsettled day for Thursday as the whole of the British Isles remains under low pressure. Cloud and rain across many areas of England, Wales and Scotland. It appears most rainfall will be in northern and eastern areas. To the west there may be some brighter skies and also some showers. Thes showers will probably be heaviest across Ireland where there could be some thunder and hail. Highs at 12 to 15C.