A showery southwest flow develops through Sunday with low pressure northwest of Scotland. The main band of rain and snow moves to off to the northeast of Scotland through the day. It leaves in its wake a mix of sunshine and showers with milder temperatures for most areas. The showers will tend to affect western and southern coasts and hills, perhaps turning to more persistent rain over southern areas of England later. Winds will be much lighter than Saturday. Highs at 3 to 8C.
Showers will persist over western areas through the night though clear skies are likely to develop elsewhere. Where the skies are clear some mist or fog could develop. Overnight lows of 0 to 3C.
A deep area of low pressure lies over the Atlantic to the west of Scotland on Monday while a high pressure ridge extends across much of Europe leading to a tight pressure gradient across the British Isles. Monday will start bright and dry for most though cloud will build from the west through the day with rain, accompanied by strengthening winds, reaching most of Ireland and western fringes of Scotland and Wales by the early evening. Temperatures at 5 to 11C.
A low pressure area is over the Atlantic on Tuesday, centred to the south of Iceland, which extends fronts across the British Isles. It will be a cloudy and wet day for most with the heaviest rain for Ireland, western fringes of Scotland, southern Wales and southwestern England. Cloud may break over Ireland by the evening. It will be another windy day with gales in places. Highs at 6 to 10C.