A band of showery rain is set to move eastwards across the region during the first part of the night. It should then turn largely dry through the early hours, with clear spells developing. Becoming increasingly breezy. Lows 7-9°C.
A bright start but rain will push eastwards through the morning. The rain may be heavier at times in the north, where it will linger through the evening. Further south, into Cheshire and the High Peak, a more showery story with potentially a few brighter spells. Breezy with gusts 35-40mph for coasts and the Isle of Man. Highs 14°C.