A largely dry day with good sunshine about, but the remnants of a front will pass south down the country on Monday bringing cloudier skies for a time, particularly closer to North Sea coasts where it will feel cooler. A few scattered showers could develop across parts of south/southeast England by midday, as well as across the West Midlands into eastern parts of Wales, possibly even across northern parts of Ireland, later in the day. Cloud developing across the far north of Scotland too giving the odd spot of drizzle here. Highs at 19C to 28C, locally hotter at 29 to 30C in the south and southwest.
Overnight, any lingering showers will gradually fizzle out. Plenty of clear skies about, although the far north of Scotland will be cloudier with some patchy drizzle about. Lows at 10 to 16C but some southwestern areas not dropping lower than 17 or 18C.
Pressure remains generally high on Tuesday giving another largely sunny day, although cloud cover could develop across some eastern areas through the day. Mainly dry conditions, but there is the risk of a few developing showers across parts of southern England into the Midlands and Wales later on. North and central parts of Ireland once again could also see developing showers. Highs at 19 to 29C.
High pressure remains across the country still on Wednesday giving plenty of dry and fine conditions, although there is again a shower risk for mainly southern and central parts of England into Wales as well as across northern parts of Ireland. Cloud looks to thicken across southern Ireland and into southwest England later with perhaps the risk of some patchy drizzle across Western and southern coasts of Ireland. Highs at 19 to 29C.