Cloud and some outbreaks of patchy rain clearing from East Anglia and the far southeast of England early this morning. Further cloud in Ireland and western Scotland, some spots of rain for Northern Ireland and the Hebrides. Elsewhere it should be dry and bright with good spells of sunshine, although more cloud over western coasts of Wales and southwest England. Brighter through this afternoon with plenty of sunshine. Feeling warm too, although this may trigger isolated showers over high ground, especially of the west and north. Always more cloud in western Scotland. Brighter for Ireland too. Highs at 19 to 25C.
Sone low cloud and drizzle may affect southwestern coasts and hills tonight. For other areas it will be dry with some clear spells developing. A few spots of rain and some low cloud could affect the far northwest of Scotland too. Lows at 9 to 12C.
High pressure afecting all parts of the British Isles on Sunday. Sunny spells in the morning. More cloud in Scotland and Ireland, although some bright or sunny spells here too. Isolated showers could form over England and Wales as well as eastern Scotland and eastern Ireland in the afternoon. A threat of some low cloud and mist shrouding the hills of southwest England at times. Highs at 19 to 24C.
High pressure to the east on Monday with lower pressure to the west. Broken cloud and sunny spells for many in the morning. However, showers may quickly develop in central and southern parts of England and Wales. These spread and develop further north as the morning progresses, with the risk of some heavy and thundery showers into the afternoon. Tending to be drier in eastern Ireland and western parts of Scotland, Wales and southwest England, although some low cloud on coasts here. Highs at 18 to 23C.