Spots of rain in northern and western parts of Scotland, this easing as the morning progresses. Broken cloud elsewhere with some good spells of sunshine. There will be scattered showers developing over the Midlands late in the morning and into the afternoon. Good spells of sunshine in northern England, southern and eastern Scotland. More sunshine and staying dry in Ireland too. Highs at 24C in southeast England, cooler to the northwest with highs at 12C in western Scotland.
A dry night ahead for much of England, Wales, eastern and southern Scotland. Dry too in eastern Ireland. Clear skies across southern and eastern England. Cloud and rain for western Scotland and western Ireland. Lows near 5 to 8C.
Changes taking place on Easter Sunday. An area of low pressure develops over Ireland, bringing cloud and outbreaks of rain. These showery bursts of rain extending into Wales and England, perhaps turning thundery. A further area of rain in central and western Scotland, some of this heavy and thundery too. Tending tod be drier in eastern England as wel as the far north of Scotland. Highs at 23C in southeast England, 16 to 18C in much of England and Wales, 10C in a cooler Ireland and Scotland.
A significantly cooler day on Monday as high pressure drifts back into northern Scotland. Dry for most with the best sunny spells in western areas. There may be some cloud affecting southern coasts, perhaps with a few showers here. Eastern coasts feeling particularly chilly. A brisk northeast wind in central and southern England, Wales and southern Ireland. Temperatures at 9C on eastern coasts, 13C in western parts of the UK and western Ireland.