High pressure remains to the southeast of the UK on Tuesday and continues to influence the weather. There will be some morning mist and fog patches, these dense in places and slow to clear. Once they have, the day will be dry and fine with lots of sunshine. Cloudier in northwestern Scotland and western Ireland. Highs at 11C in northwest Scotland, 16 or 17C in the sunshine in southeast England.
Clear skies for most of the UK overnight from Tuesday into Wednesday; cloudier in Ireland and northwest Scotland. Some mist and fog patches could develop over parts of central and southern England and temperatures could get low enough for a touch of ground frost in Scotland, England and Wales. Low temperatures widely falling to 2 to 6C.
High pressure remains in control through Wednesday. Early morning mist and fog in much of England, Wales, eastern Ireland and southern Scotland will slowly clear to leave a sunny day. Cloudier for Ireland and western Scotland. High temperatures at 10 to 17C.
A cloudier day for most on Thursday as a weak front heads eastwards. This brings a few spots of rain to western fringes of Ireland and some more persistent light rain in the northwest of Scotland. Cloud will clear eastward through the day to leave a brighter afternoon in the west. High temperatures at 10 to 15C.