A mild, but much windier day to come across United Kingdom with gales across Scotland, down through the Irish sea. Gusts to 80 mph may affect the Outer Hebrides. Probably a lot of cloud to come across the country this morning with some persistent and heavy rain for western Scotland and some patchy, drizzly rain near western coasts of Britain. By afternoon most of cloud across England and Wales should have lifted to some pleasantly warm sunshine. Still some pockets of drizzle may be found around western coasts. Expect high temperatures of 10 to 14 Celsius north to south.
It remains rather windy through the course though the evening and night so a mild night to come. Most parts of the country will be fair and dry with clear spells but again more cloud and some drizzle may affect western coasts while a band of more persistent rain runs in across northern Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect minimum temperatures of 5 to 8 Celsius.
Warm today across central and southern parts of England today and here it will be dry with long sunny spells. Thicker cloud and sporadic outbreaks of patchy rain and drizzle will affect Scotland and Northern Ireland. During the night that area of rain becomes very patchy as it creeps into northern England and Wales. To the south expect a cloudy night and mild night but a bit colder across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Expect maximum temperatures of 11 to 16 Celsius.
Perhaps more in the way of cloud to come across central and southern parts of England this morning with the odd spot of rain as remnants of a decaying front dissipates. As high pressure builds in most parts of the country should be fair and dry with sunny spells. It remains dry to the evening and night with mostly clear skies. With lighter winds we may see a frost and some mist patches developing by morning. Expect maximum temperatures of 9 to 14 Celsius.