A cloudy morning through most of Ireland, Wales and southern parts of England. There could be a few spots of rain, most of these in more western areas. The cloud should be breaking with sunny spells coming through. Across northern and eastern England as well as Scotland the day is going to be dry and bright with good spells of sunshine developing. Highs at 23C in southern England, 17C in northern Scotland
A few showery spots of rain in central Ireland, and the chance of an odd shower in the extreme southeast of England too. Generally though the night will be dry with plenty of clear spells. Lows around 5 to 10C.
High pressure is going to be centred over the British Isles and Ireland through Thursday. Morning mist is going to be clearing away quickly and then the morning will be dry and sunny for most places. It should be staying dry and sunny through the afternoon although there is the chance of a shower close to the coasts. More cloud in Ireland bringing the chance of a few showers here as sea breezes form. Highs at 18C in northern Scotland, but as high at 28C in southern England.
The area of high pressure slips east of the country through Friday. This brings lots of dry and sunny weather to most of the UK and Ireland, and it is going to be very warm again too. Despite most places being dry there is the risk of a few showers breaking out over Wales and northern England later. The southeast breeze picking up during the day, especially in the west. Highs at 20 to 28C.