Quite a cloudy start to Monday morning across much of central and eastern England. There will be some spots of rain or drizzle around in these area with this tending to fade into the afternoon. Brighter conditions through more western and northern areas with mainly dry conditions and sunny spells. An odd shower over the Pennines and central Scotland. Some showers for Ireland with an odd one of them heavy. Highs at 18C in southern and western areas, nearer 15C in the east.
Cloud through Ireland and the west of Wales as well as the far west of Scotland and southwest England. A few spots of rain here, but this tending to fade away as the night progresses. For the rest of England, Wales and Scotland cloud will be breaking with some good clear spells developing. It should be dry here too. Lows near a cold 0 to 2C under clear skies, but nearer 7C in the cloud in the west.
Low pressure will be west and east of the British Isles, with high pressure to the north and south. Weak fronts will be bringing cloud and some spots of drizzle to western Scotland and Northern Ireland, with some broken cloud for west Wales. For the rest of England, Wales and Scotland Tuesday is going to be a warmer day with good spells of sunshine developing. Temperatures reaching 23C in the sunshine, although 18C over the cloudier parts of Ireland.
Pressure is likely to be staying high through Wednesday, being centred to the south of the country. There will be plenty of warm sunshine around throughout the day, although an odd shower could break out on the hills of central and southern England. Thicker cloud in the far west of Ireland where a stationary front will bring some light rain, and the chance of some broken cloud in northern Scotland too. Highs at 19 to 23C.