A wet morning on Friday in southern England as a front edges slowly northwards. Rain could be heavy. Across the rest of England and Wales it will be breezy. Outbreaks of rain spreading through East Anglia and central England as well as eastern Wales. Drier for northern England in the morning. Sunny and dry in Scotland and much of Ireland. This afternoon remains breezy with more rain in central and southern England and eastern Wales. Patchy rain in northeast England, drier in the northwest. Sunny and dry in Scotland and most of Ireland, although some showers in western Ireland. Highs at 12 to 16C.
Outbreaks of rain, these often heavy, continue to affect much of England and Wales overnight from Friday into Saturday. It will be breezy here too. Rain spreads north and edges in southern and eastern parts of Scotland, as well as Shetland, by the morning. A dry night for much of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland with clear skies for much of Ireland. Overnight lows at 4 to 7C in the north and west, 9 to 14C across much of England and Wales.
Low pressure stays over the UK and Ireland on Saturday. This brings another unsettled day. Rainy and rather windy for many. The rain is likely to be heavy in Scotland as well as through Wales and southwest England. This rain probably slips into eastern Ireland in the afternoon, whilst western Ireland stays dry and windy. Eastern parts of the UK becoming drier in the afternoon with a few bright or sunny spells developing. Highs at 9 to 12C in the wetter west, 14 or 15C as any brightness comes through in the east.
Pressure stays low on Sunday. More periods of rain rotating around the area of low pressure which will be centred over England. The rain will be heavy at times, and although there is much uncertainty, it does look as if this will be heaviest in Scotland and through southern England and Wales.Some showers developing in central and northern England, these becoming heavy in places. Temperatures at 11 to 15C.