After a dry day today there's more rain on the way. Through the evening rain will push in from the west and makes it way across the country through the night. There will be some heavy bursts there bringing a continued threat of local flooding.
After a chilly start to the night temperatures will rise, as will the wind speeds.
Tomorrow starts dreary and wet but the rain will eventually move eastwards. A windy but mild day with highs of 12C. There could be gales in the Irish Sea.
There will be more rain pushing through on Friday night into Saturday leaving more sunny but showery weather to begin the weekend. Then more rain on Sunday night into Monday. It will be rather breezy but on the mild side too.
Icy by night, chilly by day - brace yourself for a cold week ahead.
High pressure keeps the weather chilly by day, icy by night, with an increasing risk of freezing fog.
High pressure this weeks means mainly cold bright days and icy cold nights.