A fair start to Tuesday morning although there will be some broken clouds at first. This should break with sunny spells developing. It should stay mostly dry into the afternoon, although an occasional shower can't be ruled out over the high ground of Scotland and northern England as well as Wales. Some thick clouds in the west of Ireland producing some outbreaks of rain here and the chance of some drizzle in the far west of Scotland. Otherwise it will be dry. Highs at 19 to 24C.
Fair amount of cloud over night into Wednesday morning, although it should stay dry. Most of the cloud is likely to be across eastern areas. An area of rain arriving in the far southwest by the morning. Some drizzle over southern coasts of Ireland. Lows at 9 to 13C.
An area of low pressure moving into southern Ireland on Wednesday will be bringing an area of thundery rain with it. This area of rain moves through central Ireland, Wales, central and southern England into Wednesday afternoon. There could be some thunder in places and it will become misty and murky as well. Generally dry across northern England and eastern England as well as Scotland. Broken cloud and some bright or sunny spells, the best in Northwestern Scotland. Rain may become heavy in Ireland. Highs at a muggy 19 to 26C.
The remains of a front across western Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern parts of East Anglia on Thursday bringing some cloud and outbreaks of rain. Showers will be affecting western parts of Ireland, but for the rest of Ireland, Wales, central and southern England it should be brighter with some sunny spells. A scattering of showers developing in the afternoon. The far north and north-east of Scotland should be staying dry and bright with some sunny spells. Highs at 18 to 22C.