Some cloud through southern England, western Wales and Ireland this morning. Bits and pieces of cloud elsewhere, but there will be some good spells of sunshine developing too. It is going to be dry, and through this afternoon much of the cloud will be dissolving with many areas sees good spells of warm sunshine. There will be some sea breezes forming around the coasts later, and these will trigger isolated showers over the hills of southern England and Wales. Highs at 19C in northern Scotland, 27C in southern Scotland.
The risk of a few showers affecting Ireland through Thursday night. Cloud may affect the north of Scotland too. However, for all other areas there will be clear skies throughout the night and it is going to be dry too. Lows near 9 to 12C.
High pressure is going to be to the east of the country on Friday. Morning mist patches will be clearing away quickly. The day is then going to be a very warm and dry one with lots of sunshine. Sea breezes forming into the afternoon, with only small amounts of cloud floating around. Highs at 18 to 25C.
High pressure stays to the east of Scotland through Saturday. Low pressure will be to the west of Ireland. A front will be edgign east bringing some heavy showers into southwest Irland. Most of the UK will be dry, warm and sunny with a stiff southeast breeze. Temperatures rising to around 19 to 24C.