Any early, patchy mistiness should soon clear from the country early this morning. For a large part of the country it's going to be a fine, dry day with good spells of warm sunshine. A brisk north east wind develops and makes it feel cooler around North Sea coasts. More cloud may affect East Anglia and the south east at times. There is a shower risk across parts of Northern Ireland and north western parts of Scotland. Some of these showers may be locally heavy. Expect maximum temperatures of 16 to 20 Celsius.
Any residual showers left across north west Scotland and Northern Ireland should fade quite quickly early in the evening with most areas ending the day with some late sunshine. It will be a dry night with clear spells but cloud increases across eastern parts of Scotland and England. Expect minimums of 7 to 10 Celsius.
Today the best of the dry, sunny weather is expected across Northern Ireland, western parts of Wales and The West Country. It looks quite windy, especially across eastern Britain. Cloud across eastern areas will spread into central parts of Britain in the afternoon. This is likely to give spells of rain and drizzle to and area from the Humber south into south east England in the morning and this spreads into The Midlands in the afternoon. The rain may be locally heavy at times. A few showers may affect eastern Wales. To the north across the rest of England into Scotland and Northern Ireland high pressure will give a fine, dry day. Overcast and misty with a good deal of low cloud with fog over the hills into the evening and night. Spells of drizzly rain will affect much of the country but driest in the west. Expect top temperatures of 15 to 19 Celsius.
Quite a windy day to come across the country, A lot of cloud is expected across Britain today with showers and drizzly rain likely across Northern Ireland, Wales and the southern half of England. For northern England and Scotland it looks fine and dry with the best of the sunshine. Confidence is rather low in the specific for today. Overnight models suggest more persistent rain may affect East Anglia, south east England and the Midlands. Dry to the north and west with clear spells. Expect top temperatures of 13 to 17 Celsius.