Sunshine and dry this morning in southeast England. Cloudier for other parts of the British Isles with some outbreaks of patchy rain in Scotland, western Wales and western England as well as much of southern Ireland. Mist and fog on hills here. Rain then becomes more persistent in Wales and southwest England in the afternoon, reaching the Midlands in the evening. Staying dry in east Anglia and the southeast. Brighter for Scotland and Ireland, isolated showers in the west although dry in the east. Highs at 28C in the sunshine in the southeast, warm through much of the rest of England, Wales and Ireland at 24 to 26C, cooler in northwest England, Scotland and Northern Ireland at 14 to 17C.
Outbreaks of showery rain passing through England and Wales tonight, most of them in northern England although amounts are likely to be low. Mostly dry in southern and southeast England. Showers in western Scotland where it will be breezy too. Drier for eastern Scotland. Mostly dry in Ireland although some showers over western coasts. Lows near 8C in central Scotland, 15C in southern England.
A weakening cold front bringing some showery outbreaks of rain to East Anglia and southern England on Friday morning. The rain should be fading into the afternoon with sunny spells breaking through. Elsewhere it stays bright and dry with further lengthy sunny periods. A few showers affecting western Scotland western Ireland. One or two showers over western coasts of Wales and England but staying dry for most. Windier in northwest Scotland. Highs at 27C in southeast England, 16C in northern Scotland.
An area of low pressure crosses Scotland taking fronts with it. These bring cloud and outbreaks of rain, some of them heavy in the morning. Further outbreaks of rain affecting northern England and Ireland. Brighter, breezy and showery weather following to most of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Southern England and Wales should be drier with broken cloud and some bright and sunny spells. Highs at 24C in southeast England, a fresher 17C in northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.