Some sunny spells pon Sunday morning through many central and eastern areas. Always a fair amount of cloud around, but this should be broken and it will be dry. More cloud affects Ireland and the west of Scotland as well as western Wales and southwest England. Into the afternoon it will be turning wettern in northern and western Scotland as well as Northern and western Ireland as a front moves in. Staying dry for most of England and Wales, although some patchy rain in northwest Wales. The best sunshine in central and eastern parts of England. Highs at 24C in much of England, 17C in Scotland and 21C in Ireland.
Rain slips south through Scotland and into northern England and central Ireland overnight, becoming every lighter. Drier weather, although with lots of cloud follows into most of Scotland. The rest of England and Wales as well as much of the south of Ireland should be dry although with a fair amount of cloud. Lows at 10 to 14C.
A weak lying through northern England and Ireland on Monday, fading away but bringing some patchy rai and drizzle through the morning to these areas. Brighter further south with some spells of sunshine developing for southern Wales and southern England as well as southern Ireland. Tending to be staying cloudier in Scotland and Northern Ireland, with only brief brighter spells forming here. The risk of a few spots of rain on western coasts of Scotland. A warm day for many at 22 to 26C, but 17C in the cloudier west of Scotland.
High pressure is to the east of the UK on Tuesday. There will be some cloud in more northern and eastern parts, but overall the day is going to be dry with some bright or sunny spells.The best of the sunshine tending to be to the west and south. Some low cloud may trouble western Scotland bringing a risk of some drizzle here. Other areas are going to be dry. Highs at 22 to 28C.