On Monday, there is still the risk that the flooded areas will receive more rainfall in the next 24 hours, however it won't be as heavy as the last two days. During the morning, most areas of the UK will be showery and cloudy. Later on the rain prevails across Scotland and Northern parts of England. Overnight, it will be cloudy and showery across the UK with heavy downpours over the hills of northern and western Britain. Temperatures will be between 1°C and 15°C.
A wet start to the day is expected on Tuesday for most parts of the UK. There will be some heavy downpours across the hills of western Scotland in particular throughout the day. Sunny spells are expected elsewhere. Later on the rain eases off across western parts of the UK. Overnight, it will be generally dry over southern parts of the country but rainy elsewhere. Temperatures will be between 8°C and 14°C.
A windy day follows for most parts of the UK on Wednesday, especially in northern and western parts of the country. There is the possibility of gusts reaching up to 70-75mph over the hills of northern and western Britain. Spells of rain will be heavy at times over Scotland but the rest of the country will see some sunny spells. During the night it will be rather cloudy for most parts accompanied by showers at times. Temperatures will be between 2°C and 13°C.
A chillier day is expected on Thursday for most parts of the country. There will be some wintry showers especially over Scotland and Northern Ireland. However, there will be some sunny spells at times. Similar conditions follow overnight. Temperatures should be between 3°C and 12°C.
On Friday it will be rainy over Scotland. The rest of the country will be generally dry with sunny spells. Temperatures will be between 2°C and 11°C.