Sunny spells through Thursday morning for most of the UK and Ireland. There will b an area of showers blowing through Wales and southwest England, these egding slowly east through the morning, crossing the Midlands and southern England in the afternoon. Bright spells to come in Scotland, althougha few showers in more central and eastern areas. Across Ireland there will be some heavy showers in the east, with the threat of heavier rain to the west. Highs around 23C in the southeast, 16C in western Scotland.
A windy night across Ireland tonight, with cloud and outbreaks of rain here too. Some showers for southeast England, but elsewhere showers should be fading away and it is likely to become dry. Skies will clear for many in England, Wales and Scotland with temperatures down to 7 to 12C.
An area of low pressure is centred over Ireland on Friday. Fronits are wrapped around the low and these will be bringing cloud and periods of showers or rain. Most of these fronts affecting Wales, southwest England, northwest England, southwest Scotland and Ireland. The best of the sunshine will be in more eastern areas, with only an isolated shower here. Highs around 17C in western Scotland, 23C in southern England. Staying windy in the west.
The area of low pressure moves into the Irish Sea on Saturday. It brings heavy showers and sunny spells through Ireland and Wales as well as the west of England. Across Scotland and the rest of England there will be sunny spells and less frequent showers. he best of the sunshine in the far north of Scotland. Highs at 17 to 22C.