A cool morning across much of England and Wales. Cloud will be affecting many eastern and southern areas. A few bright spells elsewhere. A cold front brings Sharry outbreaks of rain through northern England, Eastern Island and into the north of Wales through the morning. Brighter and cooler weather for Scotland and the north and west of Ireland with some sunny spells although a few showers over western coasts and hills. This afternoon sees the Sharry rain slipping away from northern England but affecting the rest of Wales, and eventually into the Midlands and south-west England. Brighter and dry across southern and eastern areas with a few sunny spells. The cooler weather remains in Scotland and Ireland with the best of the sunshine here although further showers in northern western Scotland and around the western coast of Ireland. Turning quite breezy in northern Scotland. Highs at 6C in northern Scotland, 10C in southern England.
Becoming frosty through much of Scotland, northern and central England and Wales as well as Ireland overnight. The area of cloud and showery rain will be affecting central and southern England at first, before clearing away to the south. Most areas are then dry although some showers will be affecting the coasts of the west, north and east. Roads could be icy where the showers fall. Lows near -3 to 2C.
Frosty start to Thursday as a ridge of high pressure built across the British Isles. There will be some good spells of sunshine for most and it's going to be feeling cooler throughout the day. A few showers affecting eastern coast of England as well as eastern Ireland. More persistent showers over northern and western Scotland as well as western Ireland. The showers will fall as snow over the highlands of Scotland. Highs at 4 to 7C for most.
A deep area of low pressure passing to the north of Scotland on Friday. This brings a windy day to all parts of the UK and Ireland with gales. Rain, sleet and snow on Scotland, most of the snow falling on high ground, but there may be some developing at low levels in central and northern areas too. The area of rain passing south through the day, colder air being dragged in behind with some heavy showers for Ireland, these turning wintry on hills. The wintry showers reach the high ground of Wales and northern England in the afternoon. Fewer showers in the afternoon to the south. After briefer, milder temperatures, cold air returns with highs at 5 to 9C, although much colder later.