Outbreaks of rain are expected across northern and south western parts of Scotland this morning while rain clears Northern Ireland to a few showers. A dry morning across the rest of Britain with lots of sunshine across central, southern and eastern parts of England. Spells of moderate to heavy rain to come across western Scotland and Cumbria while another pulse of heavy rain may threaten the south west of England in the afternoon. Hazy sunshine is expected across eastern England. Expect maximum temperatures of 14 to 17 Celsius across Scotland, Wales, and northern England, 19 to 22 Celsius across the south.
In the evening spells of moderate to heavy rain are possible across central and southern parts of England into northern England and eastern Scotland. Mainly dry across East Anglia and across Northern Ireland. Through the night that area of rain may affect the same areas as a front stalls. Somewhat drier conditions to affect eastern and eastern areas of England and Wales. Northern Ireland should be fine and dry for the evening and night. Expect a mild night with minimum temperatures of 11 to 14 Celsius.
A fine, dry day for Northern Ireland, Wales and the south west of England. The rest of Britain looks cloudy with outbreaks of rain and occasional showers. It may brighten up and turn dry across East Anglia and the south east through the afternoon. Most places turn dry in the evening ahead of a dry night with clear spells. Mist and fog develops across England and Wales by morning. Expect highs of 15 to 21 Celsius.
A dry day to come across Northern Ireland, western Wales and south west England with the best of the sunshine there. More cloudy elsewhere with a risk of a few widely scattered showers in the afternoon. Many areas though will be dry. Any showers fade away early in the evening as skies clear. Overnight it will be dry but rain may spread into Northern Ireland later in the night. Expect highs of 15 to 21 Celsius.