A fine morning for most of the country with plenty of sunshine. The easterly flow across England and Wales should be easing, and it should be dry for many. Southern Ireland and the far southwest of England will have more cloud with some showery outbreaks of rain here. This afternoon sees that showery rain edging northwards into central Ireland and remains across southwest England. A few showers could break out in mid-Wales. Elsewhere should be dry with continued sunshine. Highs at 20 to 25C but nearer 18C in the cloudier southwest.
Broken cloud across southern Ireland and southwest England through tonight, this bringing a few showers, some of them affected Wales too. More northern and eastern areas will be dry with clearer skies for all. The winds will be noticeably lighter. Lows at 3C in northern England, 9C in cloudier skies in the southwest.
Pressure is generally slack across the British Isles and Ireland on Monday. There will be the remnants of a cold front over Wales and central England bringing showers here, some of them heavy at times. Cloud and some spots of rain in the far north of Scotland. Brighter in more central and eastern areas with sunny spells here. Highs at 19C in the southwest, more general 20 to 24C, but 17C on eastern coasts.
Pressure remains fairly high but slack for all on Tuesday. There is likely to be more cloud around than recent days through Scotland, northern and eastern England. A few spots of rain in these places too. Further west and south it should be a bright start, but scattered heavy showers forming here in the afternoon. Highs at a cooler 18 to 22C.