A weak front passes through Midlands, eastern England and Wales bringing broken cloud and a risk of a scattered showers. Dry across southern England with sunny spells and staying warm. Turning fresher and brighter over northern England and Scotland as well as Ireland. Scattered showers for northern and western Scotland as well as northwest Ireland. Breezy in Scotland. Highs at 13C in northwest Scotland, 24C in southeast England.
A dry night for most arreas with some clear skies. It will be rather chilly and some mist patches are likely in more sheltered areas by the morning. Cloud may trouble western Scotland and northwest Ireland with outbreaks of drizzle here. Temperatures will fall to lows of around 4 to 8C overall, but nearer 10C in southeast England.
A ridge of high-pressure extends through much of southern Ireland, England and Wales on Thursday. This brings a fair day with good spells of sunshine to many areas, although western coasts may always see more low cloud, although even here there will be some sunny spells. Thicker cloud in western Scotland and the northwest of Ireland where there is a risk of drizzle. Eastern and southern Scotland should be brighter with sunny spells. Highs at 20C in southern England, 13C in northern Scotland, 15 to 18C for most.
High pressure remains over southern England through Friday bringing another day with good spells of sunshine to many areas. Always cloudier in Northwest England, Scotland, Ireland, western Wales, and the western coast of Southwest England. There could be some drizzle affecting the cloudier western coasts. Much brighter and fresher in central and northern Scotland, scattered showers in the west. This brighter weather edging south into northern and western Ireland as well as southern Scotland during the day. Highs at 20C in southeast England, widely 15 to 18C, but nearer 14C in northwest Scotland.