A bright start with sunny spells, but scattered heavy, and perhaps thundery, showers will develop towards midday, Cloud will increase later with a band of showers arriving during the afternoon. Southerly winds will freshen, becoming strong along coasts. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Generally cloudy with rain at times, although perhaps becoming dry for a time. Winds will become easterly, occasionally strong on coasts. Feeling chilly. Minimum temperature 3 °C.
Mainly cloudy with rain or occasionally heavy showers, and some sunny intervals possible. Feeling markedly colder as winds turn more northerly. Maximum temperature 12 °C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Sunshine and few showers on Sunday, with winds easing. Feeling chilly. Mainly dry on Monday and Tuesday, occasionally sunny. Daytime temperatures will recover, becoming locally rather warm inland on Monday.
UK long range weather forecast
Tuesday looks like being dry and bright for most, with temperatures a little above average, though there is a risk of rain in Northern Ireland. A pattern of generally dry weather looks likely to continue for the first few days of May and into the bank holiday weekend. Day time temperatures may well become relatively warm and springlike, though less warm than we had last week. Reduced cloud amounts at night mean that night time temperatures may be fairly cold, with some fog patches, and even some late frost in susceptible parts of the north. The dry situation with light winds is uncertain though and there remains a chance of spells of wet, windy and cooler weather at times, especially in the north and west.
There are indications that fine and dry weather will dominate in this period, with temperatures perhaps above the seasonal average. The highest temperatures are most likely in the south and southeast. This dry scenario with light winds is far from certain though and there are likely to be spells of wet, windy and cooler weather at times, particularly in the north and west.