Morning mist and fog patches will be clearing away quickly on Easter Sunday morning. This then leaves another fine and very warm day over England and Wales. There is a risk of some low cloud drifting onto western coasts from time to time. Over Scotland and Ireland cloud is likely to be more extensive. Rain affects northwest Scotland and the far west of Ireland. Highs at 25C in England and Wales, cooler on the coasts due to the sea breezes, 14C in northwest Scotland.
A dry and clear night ahead for much of the UK and eastern Ireland. Isolated mist and fog patches may affect Enland and eastern Wales. Cloudier in western Scotland and western Ireland with a few spots of drizzle on the coasts. Breezier in Ireland and western Scotland too. Lows near 8 to 13C.
Another fine start to Monday morning. Mist and fog patches at first in England and Wales, but these clear quickly. The day then starts fair for most with sunny spells. However, there is a chance of isolated showers developing over western and southern parts of England and Wales later. Ireland and western Scotland will be breezier with more cloud here, although it will brighten up. Isolated showers in mid Ireland. Highs at 18 to 24C.
Low pressure develops over southern Ireland on Tuesday, and pressure will be falling for all. This allows for an area of heavier showers to develop through Ireland, Wales, southwest Scotland and western England, some of them thundery. The rest of scotland, northern and eastern England will be drier with some sunny spells,although it will be breezy. Cooler on eastern coasts at 13C, 23C in the Midlands and southern England.