Broken cloud for many areas again through Friday morning. Most of the cloud in central and eastern parts with the best of any sunshine again in western Scotland and Northern Ireland. Western Wales and western England see a tendency for the cloud to be breaking up too. The afternoon brings little change, apart from cloud breaking here and there with the sun coming through. Highs near 23C in any sunshine in the south and west, 17 to 20C under cloudier skies.
More cloud overnight through many areas. The cloud is going to be broken here and there, most in the west and south. It should be staying dry for most. Some thicker cloud in western Ireland, a spot of rain is possible here. Lows at 8 to 11C.
High pressure dominates the weather across the British Isles again on Saturday. The east to southeast flow brings further areas of cloud, again most in eastern areas. The cloud will be breaking here and there, mostly in the west and south where there could be some sunny spells. Thicker cloud may affect western and southern Ireland. Highs at 17C along cloudier eastern coasts, more widely 21 to 24C.
High pressure to the east of the country on Sunday. There could be some low cloud and mist affecting northeastern coasts of England and eastern Scotland. Otherwise the day is going to be warm with broken cloud and some sunny spells. Mostly dry, but the threat of some isolated showers developing into the afternoon in parts of central and southern England. Increased wind and cloud in western and southern Ireland, some rain here too. Highs at 21 to 25C.