Monday morning is likely to be starting to dry across many parts of England, Wales and Scotland. However showers will be affecting western Wales, Southwest England and also the south-west of Scotland as well as eastern Ireland. Through the morning the showers will become more widespread and heavier but the focus for them in the afternoon across Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. The showers could be heavy and thundery at times. Becoming breezy in the west too. Highs at 12 to 17C.
Showers will be fading through this evening and then the night should become dry for most places. There will always be some showers affecting parts of southern Scotland, and the risk of some heavy showers or rain in Northern Ireland. This may well spread to western Scotland later in the night. A further clutch of showers will move into Southwest England later in the night. Lows near 3 to 7C.
Low pressure remains dominant through Tuesday and will be centred close to western Ireland. There will be further showers developing after a bright start to the day for many. Heavy showers quickly forming across southern Ireland and Southwest England, these moving into Wales and the Midlands through the day. Further heavy showers will develop across northern England and some of these could be torrential. Cloud and rain to in northern Scotland. Scattered showers elsewhere but some sunny spells as well. Highs at 12 to 17C.
Low pressure remains overhead the UK and Ireland on Wednesday. There will be more widespread, heavy and thundery showers just about anywhere. Indications are that most of these will be in Northern Ireland, Wales and southern Scotland in the morning. The showers then develop more widely across most of the rest of England, Wales and Scotland, more persistent rain in northern Scotland. Southeast England may be drier and brighter. Further showers in Ireland. Highs at 11C in northern Scotland, 17C in southeast England.