A cloudy morning for most to start Sunday. There will be some outbreaks of rain through Scotland and into central and southern England and Wales. Perhaps drier, cloudy and rather murky in more eastern parts of England. A few showers in Ireland, some broken cloud here, a few brighter spells. This afternoon sees more cloud and a few showery bursts of rain continuing across the Midlands and southern England, but actually dry for many. Some heavier, thundery rain may reach southeast England and parts of East Anglia late in the afternoon and evening. Brighter skies into Ireland in the afternoon, but heavy and thundery showers in the west. Showers for western Scotland, drier in the east. Warm in any brightness in the east at 19C, 14 to 16C for most.
More rain affecting the far southeast and parts of East Anglia tonight, a risk of a thunderstorm here too. Cloudy for other areas with a few spots of drizzle on hills. Some showers over western coasts and hills. Tending to be drier in much of Ireland, but some showers in the west here. Lows at 7 to 10C.
A deep area of low pressure remains to the west of Ireland on Monday. There will be heavy showers, some of them thundery and prolonged affecting Wales and western England as well as western Scotland. Fewer showers in the east where there will be some sunny spells in the sunshine. More persistent rain affecting the west of Ireland, some showers in the east. Heavy showers will be afecting much of Scotland, again these being thundery in the afternoon. Generally brighter and drier in southern England. Highs at 11 to 15C.
Low pressure over Ireland on Tuesday. The day is likely to see fewer showers for many than on Monday. There will be sunny spells, although a few showers could affect parts of central and northern England and Scotland, many areas should stay drier. More persistent rain across much of western and southern Ireland as well as northwest Scotland. Temperatures will be reaching 13 to 18C.