Tuesday will be a fairlyh cold and showery day. All areas will experience sunny spells but a northerly breeze may bring showers, mostly in Northern parts of Scotland and western parts of England and Northern Ireland. However, these areas will warm up later during the day and the showers should die away from most places. Cold weather overnight, with risks of wintry showers in the North of the UK.

On Wednesday, the weather will be sunny but chilly, with variable amounts of clouds. Mist and fog patches may form in the morning in Scotland due to the northerly airflow but they will lift to give sunny spells. Overnight, more clouds will end up covering western areas of the UK, bringing rain along the coast. High temperatures will range from 7°C to 10°C.

By Thursday the rain will slowly move eastwards to cover western parts of the UK, leaving the east of Scotland and eastern England drier. Overnight, the band of rain will become lighter and patchier as it moves across Scotland, Wales and England. The sky will be cloudy and temperatures will be chilly.

After a bright Friday morning, a few light showers will occur, especially in Scotland. Cloud cover in the sky will increase throughout the day and western areas will be covered by a band of rain.  

 

Have a nice week!