Starting drizzly and dull for much of central and northern England, also east Wales. Hill fog lifts slowly, but staying mostly cloudy in a zone from south-west to north-east. Some hazy sun in the south-east of England where still warm and humid. Patchy rain some eastern coasts. Sunshine and broken cloud for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Wind mostly light, but a fresh north-easterly on eastern coasts. Highs 20 to 23C in the Home Counties, 16 to 19C elsewhere, just 14C north-east.
A little patchy rain or drizzle may linger around eastern coasts where skies stay cloudy. Otherwise dry with lengthy clear spells. Some drizzly rain in the far west of Scotland as a warm front edges in from the Atlantic. Local fog patches forming in low-lying areas. A chilly night for northern Britain and Wales, with ground frost in rural areas, perhaps an air frost in sheltered spots. Typical lows 5 to 8C in towns across the north & west, nearer 10 to 13C in southern England.
A quiet day for much of the country beneath fairly high pressure. The remnants of previous fronts bring cloud and a risk of patchy rain around coasts in east & south-east England. Meanwhile, fronts coming in from the Atlantic bring thickening cloud and rain developing for western Scotland and Northern Ireland. Much of central & northern England, Wales, plus the south & east of Scotland will be dry and bright with sunny spells. Fairly light winds. Highs 16 to 21C.
A cool day for northern Britain and Ireland, with a freshening northerly wind, and areas of showers. Some locally frequent and heavy bursts of rain developing, mixed with occasional sunny periods. Toward the Midlands and southern Britain, a greater chance of escaping often dry with broken cloud and some sun. A few showers may extend across central counties through the day and the breeze will pick up. Highs 17 to 20C south-east, just 13 to 16C north and west.