Headline: Brightest in east, patchy rain in west. Wetter towards midweek.
Today: On the cloudy side at times, this mainly in the west with patchy rain here. Often drier and brighter in the east, perhaps more generally so in the afternoon, ahead of cloud spreading northeast into the evening. Maximum Temperature 8C.
Tonight: Soon becoming cloudy as rain spreads northeast, becoming increasingly heavy and persistent later in the night. Frost probably very limited given increasingly unsettled conditions. Minimum Temperature 2C.
Tuesday: Potentially very wet, with a band of persistent, occasionally heavy rain stalling over the region, seeing out the day. Rather cold in the north, milder but breezy in the south. Maximum Temperature 11C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Heavy, persistent rain likely continuing Wednesday. Notably colder Thursday, with a risk of gales and some snow, ahead of a brighter but colder end to the week with wintry showers.