Rather cloudy skies across parts of northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, with patchy light rain for some parts. Dry elsewhere with lasting spells of sunshine across parts of England, Wales and much of Ireland where it will feel warm. Sunny spells developing in places across northern areas later in the day. Highs at 22 to 27C for most, but 17C in the cloudier west of Scotland.
Overnight, clear skies for many in the south and west. Somewhat cloudier across Scotland into parts of northern England. Patchy light rain across western into central areas of Scotland but mainly dry elsewhere. For most lows staying within double figures at around 10 to 15C.
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. A warm day with highs at 22 to 28C.
The area of high pressure remains to the east on Wednesday. More cloud drifts into Ireland and Wales as well as western Scotland and southwest England. Rain then passes north through Ireland during the day, also reaching Wales and southwest England. Parts of west and southwest Scotland may also see some rain. The best of any sunshine in eastern regions. Very warm again for many with highs into the mid/late 20s across parts of east and central England, between 19 and 25C elsewhere.