A slack north-easterly pattern, with high pressure centred toward the north-west. A lot of dry and bright weather, with good amounts of sunshine. Murky for some in the morning, especially north. Scattered slow-moving thunderstorms for the Scottish Highlands. Local thundery showers breaking out inland for eastern England, perhaps also the hills of Wales. Light winds and sea breezes. Fresh on the coast. Inland reaching 20 to 23C, locally 25C or above in the south-east.
Fog and low cloud is expected to spread inland from eastern coasts, becoming extensive for much of eastern Britain, likely moving well inland onto the Pennines and into the Midlands. Local mist patches elsewhere, but skies mainly clear for the south and west. Any residual showers will fade overnight. Light winds for most, although an east to northeasterly breeze will strengthen in the south. Not quite as muggy as recent nights, lows 9 to 14C.
A general east to north-easterly flow. Winds mostly light, but fresh around some southern and eastern coasts. Fairly cloudy skies, especially central and eastern regions, whilst sunshine should break through widely in western areas. Chance of localised showers, probably focused on the hills of Wales, and also across Ireland. Less humid overall, temperatures ranging from 13C on the east coast, to 19 to 23C inland and toward west.
High pressure will be centred to the north. An easterly breeze, fresh along southern coasts. Largely dry with plenty of sunshine, best in the west, whilst some eastern coasts may hold onto banks of low cloud. Small chance of a local shower in the west. Humidity much lower than recently. Feeling cool on North Sea coasts, only 13C, whilst central areas will reach 18 to 20C, and sheltered western spots will be nearer 23C.