Rather breezy across Northern Ireland and south eastern parts of England today. Some cloud at first this morning across East Anglia and the southeast but this should dissipate and for much of the United Kingdom it's looking fine, dry and warmer today with lots of sunshine. There will be a scattering of showers developing across Northern Ireland this afternoon. Expect top temperatures today of 19 to 22 Celsius.
This evening. It will be dry across all parts of the country with some late sunshine, although it will be rather cloudy across Northern Ireland and western parts of Scotland. Little change is expected during the night though parts of the country dry with the best of the clear spells across England and Wales. Some mist and fog patches may develop from northeast England down through the Midlands into Wales and southwest England by morning. Expect a mild night with minimum temperatures of 5 to 12 Celsius north to south.
A rather warm day to come across the country today with any early mistiness soon clearing away leaving long spells of sunshine across much of the country with just a bit more cloud in the west in the afternoon we may see a few widely scattered showers develop across central and southern parts of England with the odd heavy ones possible, otherwise remaining fair and dry with sunny spells. We could see the odd shower lingering across central and southern parts of England into the evening and night, but overall it remains dry with some fog patches developing. Expect top temperatures today of 21 to 24 Celsius.
After a dry start with sunny spells across much of the country, drizzle risk of a few scattered showers developing across southern Scotland, northwest England, Wales and southwest England. The rest of the country looks dry with sunny spells. Western areas are likely to keep more in the way of cloud, always with the risk of a few spots of rain or scattered showers into the evening and night with other areas fair and dry with some mist and fog to develop. High temperatures today of 20 to 23 Celsius.