A fair day for Thursday with broken cloud and some bright or sunny spells for most. The best of the sunshine will be to the south and east. Thicker cloud in northern and western Scotland as well as western Ireland where there could be a few spots of drizzle. Sunshine in eastern Scotland and eastern England, with further sunshine in the far south of England too. A tendency for cloud to increase over northern Scotland and Wales as well as the Midlands. Highs at 22C in southeast England, 15C in northwest Scotland.
Breezy overnight i northern and western Scotland as well as northwest Ireland. There will be outbreaks of light rain and some drizzle on the coasts and hills. Drier in eastern Scotland. A low chance of some drizzle over the hills of northwest England too. Elsewhere it should be dry, although rather cloudy. Some clearer skies to the south. Lows at 7 to 10C.
Broken cloud affecting western areas of Wales and England on Friday, the risk of a few spots of rain on hills. Central and eastern parts will be brighter with sunny spells and staying dry through the day. A front pushing south through Scotland as well as northern and western Ireland will be bringing cloud and outbreaks of rain, these most persistent in western Scotland. Windier in Scotland too with some more persistent rain reaching the north again later. Highs at 22C in the southeast, 15 to 18C elsewhere.
A fair day over much of England and Wales as well as southern Ireland. Low pressure close to northern Scotland bringing winds here with some heavy showers in the north and west. Eastern and southern areas of Scotland should be brighter with sunny spells. Increasing cloud and periods of rain moving into western and northern Ireland. Staying fair in England and Wales, best sunshine in the east. Highs at 21C in southeastern England, 14 to 17C for most other areas.