With low pressure close to eastern England, it will be another day of heavy showers or longer spells of rain, more particularly across England, whereas west Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland will have a mainly dry day.
In more detail, heavy showers or longer spells of rain are already occurring across NE England and towards the east coast, these showers will become more widespread during the day across England and east Wales, with the risk of hail, thunder and also flooding - especially in the east and southeast. Perhaps more longer spells of rain across northern England. SW England and west Wales will probably escape with a dry day. It will be a generally cool day across England and Wales with temperatures reaching 17-20 °C, with a brisk northerly wind, strong and gusty over northern England. Scotland and Northern Ireland seeing the best of the weather today, there will be some showers at first across northern and eastern Scotland, but it will be mainly dry with bright or sunny spells with just the odd light shower. Temperatures reaching 18-20 °C. Tonight, showers are likely to last well into the night across parts of England and Wales, but also becoming dry in many places. Scotland and Northern Ireland having a mainly dry night with clear spells.
For the weekend, like last weekend - it looks like Sunday will see the best weather across all of the UK. Saturday will see heavy showers develop quite widely across England and Wales, with a risk of hail, thunder and localised flooding. It will, however, be mainly dry with bright or sunny spells across Scotland and Northern Ireland. On Sunday, mainly dry everywhere with sunny spells developing, though increasingly cloudy across eastern England with rain perhaps developing later in the day.
Early next week, unfortunately it looks like going downhill weatherwise. Low pressure developing over the near continent looks to bring outbreaks of heavy rain and windy conditions across SE England and East Anglia on Monday. On Tuesday, rain spreading east across all areas.