Things are once again forecast to turn a little unsettled for the remainder of the week with recurring bouts of rain edging in from the west.
Over the coming days, our weather will be controlled by a low pressure system to the northwest and a high pressure system to the southwest. Together these systems will bring in some wet but slightly milder weather to the UK and Ireland.
From Wednesday evening, a slow-moving band of rain will edge in from the southwest where up to 50 millimeters of precipitation is likely by Friday in northern and northwest England with up to 30 millimeters across the north of Ireland and Northern Ireland. At higher elevations, some of this is likely to be snow.