A fair amount of cloud this morning, especially in northern England, west Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Outbreaks of drizzle, mainly on western coasts will continue through this morning and into the afternoon. Further south and east it will be drier and brighter with some sunny spells, these continuing into this afternoon. The best sunshine in southeast England. Highs at 26C in southeast England, 13C in western Scotland.
Dry for many tonight with some clear spells in central and eastern areas. Western coasts and hills are always going to be prone to some low cloud, mist and drizzle. This low cloud risk continues throughout the night along western coasts. Lows near a muggy 9 to 13C.
A fair day with high pressure to the east. Warm with sunny spells in much of England and Wales, becoming very warm to the southeast. There will be low cloud and some drizzle affecting western and northern Scotland, but probably drier and brighter in the south. Low cloud and some drizzle over the west coasts of Ireland, but for most the day should be dry with sunny spells. Highs at 18 to 24C.
A shallow area of low pressure clears east into the North Sea on Thursday. This takes showery outbreaks of rain with it. Following to the west will be drier weather with sunny spells. Highs at 22C in southeast England, turning cooler to the west at 15C.