A dry and fine day for England and Wales, once any early mist and fog patches clear. More cloud across western Scotland, western Ireland and Northern Ireland where a weakening front will also be bringing some outbreaks of light rain and drizzle. Light winds and temperatures at 19 to 23C generally, although 14 to 16C across some western areas.
Overnight, possibly more persistent rainfall expected across parts of Ireland into western areas of Northern Ireland. Drier further east here. Western Scotland could see heavier bursts of rain in places. Staying dry elsewhere with clear spells. Lows at 7 to 12C.
With high pressure to the south ridging up towards eastern areas, much of England and Wales will see a mostly dry day with sunny spells. Further north and west expect more cloud cover once again with outbreaks of rain, possibly heavy for a time across west Scotland. Improving conditions across Ireland and Northern Ireland into the afternoon with only patchy rain for Scotland into parts of northern England later. Highs at 15 to 21C in the north and west but between 21 to 25C across much of England.
Higher pressure to the south with low pressure remaining northwest of Scotland. The southwest wind brings further broken cloud to western coasts and hills, the risk of some mist at times along southern coasts. Drizzle in western parts of Ireland and western Scotland, although dry in the east. More persistent rain across the Northern Isles. Sunshine breaks through in much of England and Wales and becomes very warm. Western coasts always at risk of some low cloud and mist. Highs at 21 to 25C, 17C in northwest Scotland and cloudier western coasts.