High pressure is centred over southern Ireland on Monday and is affecting all of the UK and Ireland. It will be a cool day but mostly dry with plenty of sunshine. There may be a few mist and fog patches around first thing but these should burn off quickly. High cloud may turn the sun hazy at times while northern areas may remain cloudy for much of the day. Cloud may become thick enough at times for a few light spots of rain. Highs at 8 to 13C.
Staying cloudy for northern areas overnight with the chance of a few light spots of rain for northwestern parts of Ireland and Scotland. Clearer skies to the south. Overnight lows falling to 1 to 4C.
High pressure is centred over the southwest on Tuesday affecting the UK and Ireland. It will be a chilly start to the morning with a few mist and fog patches possible. The day is likely to be dry and sunny over most of England, Wales and Ireland as well as southern and eastern Scotland though high cloud may turn the sunshine hazy at times. Some thicker cloud in northern and western Scotland may produce some light rain or drizzle here. Highs at 9 to 14C.
High pressure is centred over the Irish Sea on Wednesday. There may be a few early morning mist or fog patches around and it will be a chilly start, particularly in the south. This will be followed by more dry weather with good spells of sunshine. Northern areas will be cloudier with a few spots of rain for western and northern parts of Scotland. High temperatures at 10 to 15C.