After a dry start for much of the UK on Saturday, a deepening area of low pressure will push spells of rain, heavy for some, through southern and western regions during the morning, clearing Ireland and Northern Ireland early on allowing for sunshine and showers to develop here. Eastern regions of England and Scotland as well as northern Scotland will stay drier for longest but rain will soon push in here too. The very far north of Scotland benefitting from dry weather for much of the day. A strengthening wind will also come about across southern, southeastern and eastern regions of England especially, gales for a time for some. Highs at 10 to 15C.
Through Saturday evening rain will clear eastern regions of England and push up across Scotland overnight. Heavy rainfall expected through north and northeast Scotland. Perhaps some rain will linger or push back in across the far SE corner of England overnight too. Elsewhere, clear skies and mostly dry weather but showers affecting southern and western coasts. A chilly night with lows dropping to 3 or 4C in some sheltered regions up to 6 or 7C generally elsewhere. Milder still in southeast England.
On Sunday, the area of low pressure continues moving north. Spells of rain as well as gale force winds across northern Scotland and the Northern Isles. Elsewhere, a brighter day with plenty of sunny spells about, but with a fresh to strong wind do expect blustery showers across western into central regions. Largely dry further east. Highs of 13 to 16C in the south, 8 to 12C further north.
Monday sees sunny spells and showers, showers most frequent and heaviest towards the west. Still a breezy day but perhaps less so compared to Sunday. Becoming milder still across southeast England with highs here reaching 17 or 18C. Elsewhere, highs between 11 and 16C.