Probably more cloud around through today than on Friday. Mostof the cloud across Northern Ireland, northwest England and southern Scotland. It will be brighter and drier to the north and east of Scotland. For most of England and Wales there could be some morning mist patches, but these will be clearing away quickly with some spells of sunshine developing. The bestof the sunshine across southeastern areas. Some low cloud, mist and fog patches may drift onto western coasts fo Wales and the far southwest of England in the afternoon. Highs at 27C in London, 15C in Inverness.
A dry night to come across most of the country. Skies are going to be clearing, although some mist patches across more central and eastern areas by morning. Thicker cloud through Ireland bringing some rain in the west, and the threat of some showers breaking out across southern and eastern Ireland in the early hours, with an outside chance of some of these showers reaching the far west of Wales and western Cornwall by morning. Lows at 7 to 10C.
A deep area of low pressure will be to the northwest of Scotland on Sunday. Fronts affecting northern and western parts of the country where it is going to be breezy too. The fronts bringing cloud and rain through much of Scotland, western England and Wales as well as Ireland. A few showers breaking out over all but the far east of England where it will be dry with good spells of sunshine. Highs around 27C in Cambridgeshire, 16C in western Scotland.
A front will be affecting the far south and southeast of the country through Monday bringing some outbreaks of rain here. More cloud and showers affecting Scotland and Ireland as a front passes eastwards. There will be cloud and some showers in many areas in the afternoon with a fair amount of cloud and only limited bright or sunny spells. Highs at 11C in northwest Scotland, 22C in southeast England.