A rather cloudy start to the morning across many parts of the country. The cloud is going to be breaking with a few bright or sunny spells breaking through the cloud, mostly in the west. There will be some heavy showers in southwest England and southern Wales and wel as Ireland. Patchy drizzle affecting southeastern parts of Ireland too. Mostly dry elsewhere with the best of any brightness in the west. Highs at a cooler 14C in eastern areas, 21C in brighter spells in the south.
Staying mostly cloudy through the night. Scattered showers over Wales and a few in western parts of Ireland too. There is the chance of a spot of drizzle over the hills of central Scotland and eastern England too. Elsewhere it is dry with some clearer skies, the best of them in the west. Lows at 6 to 10C.
High pressure to the north through Saturday with lower pressure to the south. There will be cloud, most in the east and south with a fairly murky start. Brightening in the afternoon with some bright spells coming through, the best of them in northwest England and western Scotland. Some heavy showers forming in Wales, southwest England and western Scotland. Drier in the east. Highs at 16 to 22C.
An east to northeast flow affecting the whole of the UK ad Ireland on Sunday. Lower pressure to the southeast with higher pressure to the northwest. Variable amonts of cloud, with the best of any sunshine tending to be in the west. Scattered showers are likely in more western areas, an odd one of them heavy across Ireland, southern Wales and southwest England. Tops at 16 to 21C.