Bits of low cloud this morning, although this clearing quickly. There will be sunny spells for most and these are going to be persisting into the afternoon. Feeling warm in that sunshine although sea breezes will be developing around the coasts. Temperatures will be rising to 21C in northern Scotland with most places between 23 and 26C, an odd spot may touch 27C.
The night is going to be dry for all. Well broken cloud will be affecting a few areas and there will be long clear spells. A brisk south to southeasterly wind in the far west. Low temperatures at 11 to 16C.
An area of high pressure will be centred in the North Sea on Friday. The warm southeast flow is going to be feeling increasingly humid. There will be good spells of sunshine for nearly all areas. Some cloud in western Ireland will be bringing some thundery rain, this edging east as the day progresses. Cloud increasing in the Scilly Isles and Cornwall during this evening. Tops at 22 to 26C
A change on Saturday as an area of low pressure tracks northwards into Ireland. There will be thundery rain affecting much of Wales, western England and Wales, although eastern areas should be dry in the morning. The area of low pressure drifts into western Scotland this afternoon with the rain remaining heavy here in Northern Ireland and western Scotland. A band of rain pushes east over northern England, central and eastern England. Drier weather pushes through southern Ireland Wales and southern England in the afternoon. Turning cooler i the west at 17C in Ireland, 27C in eastern England.