Tuesday morning is likely to start with a fair amount of cloud, and this may again persist for much of the day in the east and north-east. A little drizzly rain for the eastern side of the Pennines, the Scottish Borders and eastern Highlands. Some sunshine for western Scotland where it will feel warm. An odd shower cannot be ruled out for central and eastern England, but very isolated. Early low cloud should break for the Midlands and the south, giving hazy sunshine by afternoon. A largely cloudy day for Ireland. Light easterly winds for all. Highs 22 or 23C in the south, but cooler at 16C in the north-east.
Low cloud and mist reforming for many areas overnight, with widespread fog on the hills of north-eastern England and eastern Scotland. Dry for most, apart from a little drizzle over the hills. Light winds. A few clearer spells will allow temperatures to drop to 7 or 8C in the north, but overall it will be a mild night, with overnight lows staying around 10 to 14C in England and Wales.
Dry across most areas. Early low cloud and mist mostly clearing, although the north-east will again see persistent grey and misty conditions, with fog on the hills, and a little drizzle. Brighter to the west of high ground in Scotland and northern England. Hazy afternoon sunshine in Wales, the Midlands and south. Light easterly winds for most, although fresher along the south coast. Risk of a few showery bursts of rain affecting Devon and Cornwall later in the day. Highs 20 to 24C warmest in central and southern England, also warm in western Scotland. North-eastern areas likely to remain cooler at 15 or 16C.
A warm day across England and Wales, with any early cloud breaking to give hazy sunshine. North-east England and eastern Scotland may hang on to low cloud for much of the day, whilst western Scotland and north-west England should see good amounts of sunshine. A few showers in the English Channel may graze onto south-western counties of England. A gentle easterly breeze. Temperatures rising to 24 or 25C in the south by afternoon, but typically 17 to 22C for northern Britain.