Low pressure brings wind and rain to many areas on Wednesday. Heavy periods of rain in much of Wales and England. Further rain in eastern Scotland and northeast England where it will be feeling cold. Some brighter spells with heavy showers following to the south. Tending to be drier in the far west of Ireland and western Scotland. The heavier rain in eastern England and southeast Scotland through the afternoon with gales in these areas as well. Snow affecting the Highlands and Grampians. Temperatures at 5C in eastern Scotland, 17C in southern England, more generally 7 to 11C.
More rain tonight in eastern and southern Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland. Snow over the hills of Scotland. Windy weather with gales over northeastern areas. Cloud and some patchy rain in northern and western Wales. Drier over central and southern England, although there will be some showers in the west. Dry in central and southern Ireland. Lows at 2 to 7C.
A complex area of low pressure to the east of the UK on Thursday. Fronts bringing cloud and periods of rain to southern Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England, especially the northeast. More southern areas will be brighter with showers developing some of them heavy. Breezy in Wales and England and feeling cold for all too. Temperatures rising to 16C in southeast England, 9 to 13C for most other parts, but just 7C on eastern coasts.
Perhaps brighter for many during Friday, feeling cold for all. Pressure remains low. There will be a mix of sunshine and showers. The showers becoming heavy in places in the afternoon and turning thundery too. Inland areas are the most likely places to be seeing the showers. Highs around 9 to 15C.