A find start to the day over most of the UK and Ireland. Plenty of sunshine and dry for most, although the risk of a few showers in northwest Scotland. This afternoon sees some cloud developing, although still some decent spells of sunshine too. Generally dry although there is a chance of a shower in northern Scotland. Temperatures rising to 23C in southeast England, more generally 17 to 19C, but 12C in northern Scotland.
Dry overnight with clear spells. Some broken cloud over northern and northwest Scotland, perhaps with a few spots of rain here. Little change is expected during the night. Temperatures at a chilly 6C in central Scotland,11C n southern England.
High pressure is expected over western Ireland on Wednesday. This brings plenty of dry weather with good spells of sunshine in much of Ireland, England, Wales and southern Scotland. A low risk of scattered showers developing in parts of East Anglia. Cloudier in central and northern Scotland where a weak warm front passes east. This may bring some drizzle in the northwest of Scotland. Highs at 19 to 22C in the sunshine, 14C in northern Scotland.
High pressure remains over Ireland, England and Wales, the high centred west of Ireland. Dry weather with decent spells of sunshine for many areas. The northern half of the UK is going to have increasing cloud and there will be some rain in central and northern Scotland, close to fronts there. Highs at 24C in southern England and 20 to 23C for most in the sunshine. 13C in northern Scotland.