Plenty of cloud around to start Friday morning across much of the British Isles. There will be some drizzle affecting northern and western parts of Scotland and there is a chance of a few spots of drizzle across parts of the hills of Northwest England and North Wales. Some bright skies across central and southern parts of England. The afternoon stays rather cloudy through many northern and western areas, again with a chance of some drizzle over western coast and hills. Tending to become brighter across match of Scotland as well as northern and western parts of Ireland. Isolated showers could develop in central parts of England. Feeling fresher in Scotland and Ireland at 15 to 17C for most, but still warm in England and Wales with tops at 21 to 25C.
Isolated showers should be fading through Friday evening. The night will then be dry although with broken cloud for many. There will be some clear spells developing to. A few mist patches by the morning especially in more sheltered southern areas. Lows near 7 to 11C.
A ridge of high-pressure will build through the British Isles on Saturday. This will bring plenty of dry weather with some good spells of sunshine, although there may be some early morning cloud. Staying fair into the afternoon with more sunshine although there will be some low cloud across northern Scotland and this could thicken enough to bring some spots of drizzle. Elsewhere it should be staying dry. Highs at 14C in northern Scotland, 17C in cloudier areas, 21 to 24C where the sun comes out.
High-pressure remains through Sunday, scented just to the south of the British Isles. It is likely that there will be some good spells of sunshine through Sunday across much of England, Wales and Ireland as well as southern Scotland. Eastern Scotland is likely to be bright, some decent spells of sunshine. There will be low cloud across northern and western Scotland which could produce some drizzle. Highs at 23 to 27C, nearer 15C in northwest Scotland.