Plenty of dry and fine conditions for Wales and much of England although eastern parts of England could see some low lying cloud first thing with showers about. The showers look to develop across central and eastern England mainly through the day, some of these could be heavy. Ireland could see a few scattered showers develop too, these mainly light but also with sunny spells about. With high pressure over Scotland and ridging into Northern Ireland plenty of sunny spells and mostly dry conditions are expected here. Hot still in the south and southeast at 34C. Much of England and Wales will range between 22 to 27C. Further north and west highs of 20 to 23C.
Showery outbreaks of rain becoming widespread across Wales aswell as across northern and central England overnight. The far southeast of England and southwest look to remain dry. Clear spells and largely dry conditions for much of Scotland with exception to showery rain spreading into southern regions later on in the night. Mostly dry across Ireland and Northern Ireland but with largely cloudy skies. Warm and humid across much of England and Wales with lows ranging between 15 to 20C. Cooler further north and west with lows at around 11C.
With low pressure now over England it will be a largely cloudy day for many across the UK and Ireland. Sunshine does look to creep in over western Ireland, southwest England and southern Wales by the end of the day, although the west in general will see scattered showers about. Currently, there will be mostly dry conditions across much of southern England but outbreaks of heavy rain, possibly thundery, look to spread northwards across central and northern England and Scotland. Highs will range from 19C in the north and 31C in the far southeast.
Another largely cloudy day across England as showery outbreaks of rain affect mainly southern and central areas initially but will become more widespread through the day. Wales and Scotland will start mostly dry although northern Scotland will see outbreaks of rain. Some sunny spells across these regions but staying rather cloudy with the risk of showers developing later on. Ireland and Northern Ireland will be largely dry and see the best of the sunshine, particularly across far western regions. Hot still in the south and southeast with highs at 34C. Highs at 23C further north.