A ridge of high pressure extending through the UK and Ireland on Friday. This is going to be bringing a northwesterly wind and a fresher feel to conditions for all. There will be decent sunny internals, just some broken cloud here and there, most of it to the north and west. Here there could be an isolated shower too. Some cloud may slip across southwest coasts later but this remains broken. Temperatures reaching 24C in southeast England, 15C in northwest Scotland.
A dry night ahead for most. Skies clearing for most. A few showers may affect northern coasts of Scotland, but otherwise it remains dry throughout. It may be a cool night with lows at 2C in the valleys of Scotland, 10C in southeast England.
High pressure over southern areas of the British Isles on Saturday. A fair day here, dry with some sunny spells. The best of the sunshine is always going to be through more southern areas. Increasing cloud heading further north with Scotland being mostly cloudy. Some rain for the far north of Scotland, low cloud shrouding the hills here. Breezy in northern Scotland too. Highs at 25C in southern England, 16C in the far north of Scotland.
High pressure centred over Ireland on Sunday and extending across the UK will give another dry and fine day for most with decent periods of sunshine.. It will feel warmer too as the wind direction shifts more south-westerly. More variable cloud cover and patchy rain affecting the far north and northwest of Scotland with some fog on the hills here. Highs at just 15C in northwest Scotland but widely 21 to 28C across the rest of the British Isles.