Although pressure is high over Ireland and the UK, a weak front is going to be lying from west to east bringing cloud and outbreaks of rain, most to Northern Ireland and northern England. Drizzle, low cloud and fog may affect western coasts of Wales and England. Eastern and southern areas are likely to be drier and brighter with sunny spells. Cool with showers in northern and western Scotland. Cool for Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England at 10 to 15C. Warmer to the south at 17 to 24C.
Light rain and drizzle edge southward overnight across Ireland and into central England becoming increasingly fragmented and light. A few showers for northern and western parts of Scotland and Wales. Dry but cloudy elsewhere. The best of any clear skies over southern Scotland. Overnight lows at 6 to 16C.
A weak front remains over the UK and Ireland, together with high pressure through Monday. There will be cloud and some drizzle affecting western coasts and hills again. More eastern and southern areas remain dry with broken cloud and sunny spells. Warm again in southern areas. Cooler and brighter in Scotland with a few showers in northwest Scotland. Highs at 24C in southeast England, 12C in northern Scotland.
High pressure remains on Tuesday, probably centred to the west. This brings plenty of dry weather with sunny spells. Showers in northern and western Scotland later but dry for most. Highs at 23C in southern England, 10 to 12C in northern Scotland.