A fair day over England and Wales with high pressure centred to the east of the country. It is going to be dry with sunny spells for most, the best in the south and east. Always more cloud in western Scotland and Ireland with the risk of some low cloud on the coasts of west Wales. Drizzle in western Scotland and western Ireland too. Highs at 26C in southeast England, 23 to 25C in the sunshine in much of England, 19C in eastern Ireland and eastern Scotland, 15C in the cloud in western Scotland and western Ireland.
Clear spells and dry overnight in southern England and Wales. More cloud for Scotland and Ireland with some low cloud, mist and drizzle affecting western Scotland and Northern Ireland. More cloud too in the north of England. Lows near 8 to 12C.
Pressure remains high across most of England, Wales, eastern Ireland and eastern Scotland through Thursday. There will be a fair amount broken cloud but also some bright or sunny spells. A front brings rain into northern and western Scotland as well as the far west of Ireland, most of this is likely to be light. Dry for most other areas throughout the day. Highs at 25C in the southeast, 15C in northern Scotland.
A front brings some rain and stronger winds into the northern half of Scotland through Friday, patchy rain in the south. Rain may also affect the far west of Ireland. Dry in most other areas with a fair amount of cloud to the north and west. Some sunny spells developing in more central and southern areas it will be very warm here. Highs at a very warm 30C in southeast England, cooler in northern and western Scotland at 15 to 17C.