A widespread frosty start to Monday. Cloudy with a strengthening wind across Scotland and a patchy band of rain and drizzle pushes across here as well as affecting Northern Ireland and Ireland, though the rain at times heavier, with some snow initially, across the Highlands. The patchy rain moves in to northern England, Wales as well as southwest England in the afternoon. Staying dry with sunny spells further south and east. Feeling chilly for many but milder air does move in to western regions. Highs at 3 to 7C for most, milder across western areas and northern Scotland.
Becoming breezy further south overnight with patchy rain moving through. Scattered showers further north and west with these merging into longer spells of rain as a front moves in to north and west Scotland. A milder night for many with lows at 6 to 10C, although across south and southeast England as well as across northern Scotland it will be cooler.
A milder day on Tuesday and comparatively so to Monday. Largely cloudy with rain progressively encroaching in on the north and west, falling heavy in places. Staying mainly dry although cloudy across much of central and southern England. A breezy day too. Highs at 8 to 12C.
Rain will have cleared southern England first thing on Wednesday. Another windy day and feeling cooler with showers affecting northern and western coasts and hills as well as more persistent rain moving in to northeast Scotland later. Largely dry with bright spells elsewhere. Highs at 5 to 9C.