Rain and cloud in western Scotland and western Ireland this morning accompanied by a moderate southwesterly breezes. For the rest of Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales the morning starts fair with bright or sunny spells. Staying dry with light winds and plenty of snushine through Saturday afternoon across England and Wales, but increasing cloud in Scotland and Ireland with more rain to come in western Scotland and western Ireland. Most of the rain will be light but may be heavier at times over the Scottish Highlands. Tops near 28C in southern England, 17C in western Scotland and western Ireland.
Cloud and some outbreaks of rain slipping south into northwest England tonight. Staying cloudy and damp with further rain in western Scotland and much of Ireland. Dry with clear spells in England and Wales. Lows near 10 to 15C.
A weak front lies across Scotland and into Ireland on Sunday. This brings cloud here with soe outbreaks of showers rain. The cloud may break in northeast Scotland allowing for some bright or sunny spells here. A ridge of high pressure maintains sunny and dry weather for much of England and Wales. Just a low risk of a shower over the Pennines in the afternoon. Highs at 31C in southeast and central England, 16C in western Scotland and western Ireland.
The weak front still affecting western Ireland, southern Scotland, northwest England and Wales on Monday. It brings cloud and some patchy outbreaks of rain, although some moderate bursts are likely on high ground. Fresher and drier with sunny spells in western Scotland and western Ireland. Fair for the rest of England and eastern Wales, the best of the sunshine in eastern England. Another hot day in the east at 29C, much fresher to the west with 17C.