High pressure is to the north of the country on Saturday with low pressure to the south. In-between is a brisk easterly wind which will be affect most of the southern half of England, Wales and parts of southern Ireland. It is going to be a dry day for the vast majority of the country though with lots of sunshine throughout. Feeling cooler on North Sea coasts, with the best sunshine and warmest weather in the west. later in the day there could be some showers moving into the Isles of Scilly, southern Cornwall and south Devon as the area of low pressure moves closer. Highs at a cooler 19 to 22C overall, but 15C on eastern coasts.
Cloud and outbreaks of rain will be moving into southern Ireland and southwest England through the night. These could become thundery and heavy at times. For the rest of the UK and Ireland skies are going to be clear and it should be dry. A stiff east breeze in the south of the country, but lighter winds in Scotland could allow some mist patches to form by the morning. Lows at 5 to 9C.
High pressure remains north of Scotland on Sunday with the area of low pressure south of Ireland, A cold front moves north bringing cloud and some showery outbreaks of rain to southern Ireland, southwest England and the far south of Wales in the morning. Elsewhere the rest of the country will be dry and sunny with the easterly wind decreasing. The afternoon sees the cloud and showers edging north into Wales and the Midlands, still affecting southwest England and southern Ireland. Dry and sunny for the rest of the country. Highs around 15C in the far southwest and along eastern coasts, more generally 18 to 21C.
Monday sees a cloudier start to the day through Ireland with some outbreaks of rain as low pressure is west of the country. A few spots of rain in Wales too, and the chance of some showers breaking out across central and southern parts of England. Fair for northern England and Scotland with lots of sunshine here in the morning, but then some showers breaking out in the afternoon. Highs at 19 to 22C.