On Monday, some heavy rain, across western England and Wales in the morning, will be slow to move eastwards across England, through the course of the day. Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland will have spells of sunshine. A scattering of showers is expected too - some of these will be wintry over the higher ground, especially in central and northern Scotland.

On Tuesday, central and southern parts of the British Isles will have a sunny start. However, clouds will slowly increase from the west, and it will become breezier. Northwest of Scotland as well as southeast of England will have rain from time to time. High temperatures between 7°C and 10°C.

By Wednesday, a wet and breezy band will arrive and cover Scotland while southern Britain will stay dry with sunny spells. This rain and drizzle will slowly extend toward the South and gain Northern England at night.

The band of rain will continue to move across the UK on Thursday although eastern parts of England will stay dry but cloudy. Some of this rain will be heavy and wintry.

Temperatures should remain mild throughout the week. A low pressure system is expected to bring wet and windy weather across all of the UK on Friday. Some areas should still see clear spells.