Another largely dry and fine day with very warm/hot sunshine across England, Wales and Ireland, however there is the risk of a sharp shower developing in one or two places later. Across Scotland a weakened front will bring thicker cloud to many for a time with the risk of an odd spot of rain but staying mostly dry. Cloud may also thicken across northern England later. Highs between 25 and 30C across much of England, Wales and Ireland, between 17 and 24C further north.
Overnight, expect variable cloud cover across Scotland and northern England with some possible light rain/drizzle in the thicker cloud around Scottish coastal regions. Staying dry for most with the better clear skies further south and west. Lows for many between 13 and 20C, cooler across the north of Scotland.
The remnants of a front will pass south down the country on Monday. This will bring more cloud cover with the odd spot of rain not completely ruled out, however, most places staying dry with sunny spells about. There will be the risk of scattered showers developing across parts of south and southwest England as well as Ireland later in the day. Highs at 19C to 28C, locally hotter at 29 to 30C in the south and southwest.
Pressure remains generally high on Tuesday giving another largely sunny day, although cloud cover could develop across eastern areas through the day. Mainly dry conditions, but there is the risk of a few developing showers across parts of Ireland and southern England later on. Highs at 19 to 29C.