A fair morning for most with some good spells of sunshine. There will be some cloud affecting southern areas of England, this perhaps allowing for isolated showers in the far southwest this afternoon. Some low cloud may affect eastern coasts of England from time to time. Elsewhere it stays fair into this afternoon with lots of sunshine. Temperatures rising to 23 to 27C for most, perhaps cooler on eastern coasts.
Any of the isolated showers to the southwest will be fading quickly tonight. This leaves dry conditions with good clear spells developing. Always a little more cloud in the far south with some low cloud drifting onto eastern coasts once again. Lows near 9 to 13C.
High pressure extending through the UK and Ireland on Wednesday. There will be good spells of morning sunshine and it should be dry too. Cloud will be bubbling up by late morning and this could produce a scattering of heavy showers into the afternoon over hills. Most;y in Ireland, the moors of southwest England, the Welsh mountains, the Pennines and the hills and mountains of Scotland. Elsewhere it will stay dry with sunny spells. Highs at 22 to 26C.
A weak cold front brings cloud to northern and western Scotland and western Ireland on Thursday, this perhaps triggering scattered showers on hills. For the rest of the UK and Ireland the morning will be dry with sunny spells. Some showers are likely to be forming in the afternoon as a shallow area of low pressure passes through Wales and England. The showers could be heavy and thundery, although again these are likely to be scattered. Highs at 23 to 27C for most.