Rather a cloudy start to the day on Tuesday across the north of the UK. Scotland, northwest England and Northern Ireland may all have a few spots of drizzle at first. This fading as the morning progresses with the cloud breaking and some sunny spells developing. Elsewhere in England, Wales and southern Ireland cloud is going to be well broken. It will be dry with lots of sunshine, especially in central and southern areas. Becoming hot too with tops of 29C in southeast England, 24C in central Scotland and 25C in Ireland.
A mostly dry and warm night ahead. There will be variable amounts of cloud, but some clearer skies in the east too. Further west a few thundery showers may form by the morning across Northern ireland, Wales and southwest England. Lows will not be below 19C in the far south of England, 15C in central parts of Scotland.
High pressure is expected to be to the east on Wednesday with low pressure to the west. Weak troughs will be edging northwards and these may trigger some showers. These will be affecting western areas at first, but then many areas come under the threat of some storms as the day progresses. Most of the storms isolated and many places staying dry with sunny spells. Thicker cloud and some patchy rain in western Ireland. A hot day at 33C in southeast England, 26C in Scotland and 23C in eastern Ireland.
A hot southerly flow persists on Thursday. Thundery showers are going to be affecting southeast England, these becoming heavy at times. Scattered showers Ireland and western Scotland. Elsewhere it should be dry with sunny spells and will be feeling hot and humid again. Highs near 22C in Scotland and Ireland, 29C in southeast England.