Pressure begins to build from the west, but low pressure is still nearby to the southeast. One or two showers may just pop up across central/southern England including south Wales as well as western Scotland. Showers becoming a tad more prominent and slightly more widespread through the afternoon. Otherwise, a good deal of dry weather about with variable cloud and developing sun. A reasonably brisk northerly breeze in the south and east. Highs at 18 to 23C and feeling quite humid.
Showers look to gradually fizzle out overnight to allow for largely dry conditions and clear spells, although with the thicker cloud coming in across eastern regions of England there could be some patchy drizzle. Staying humid with lows barely below double figures anywhere, generally around 11 to 16C.
High pressure pushes towards southwest Ireland on Wednesday and brings mostly dry conditions, although, there is the risk of one or two isolated showers popping up across southeast England later in the day. Also, a front drifts into western Scotland bringing more cloud here, plus some rain or drizzle later on. Cloudy for many to start the day with the risk of some possible drizzle in the thicker cloud in the east, but sunshine should gradually develop. A light westerly breeze, although stronger breezes toward the northwest. Only 17C in the far northwest, but widely up to a humid 22 to 25C across central, southern and eastern areas.
High pressure stationed close by to Ireland keeps things fair for most. A weak cold front looks to drift across northern Britain bringing variable cloud and possibly a few local spots of rain to northern and western parts of Scotland into northwest Ireland. A dry and sunny day elsewhere. Feeling a little fresher across the north than Wednesday, although elsewhere staying humid with highs 17 to 25C.