A weak front remains over the southern UK and Ireland, together with high pressure through Monday. There will be cloud and some drizzle affecting western coasts and hills. More eastern and southern areas remain dry with broken cloud and sunny spells. Warm again in southern areas. Cooler and brighter in Scotland with a few showers in the north. Highs at 23 or 24C in southeast England, 11 or 12C in northern Scotland.
A few isolated showers overnight for the Northern Isles and the northwest of Scotland but dry elsewhere with variable amounts of cloud. Best of the clear skies over England, Ireland and Wales. Overnight lows widely falling to 6 to 10C.
High pressure remains on Tuesday, probably centred over Ireland. This brings plenty of dry weather with sunny spells. Any early mist or fog patches should burn off quickly. Showers in northern and western Scotland later but dry for most. High temperatures at 22C in southern England, 10 to 12C in northern Scotland, 14 to 19C for most.
High pressure remains centred over the British Isles on Wednesday. This brings a fair day again for central and southern areas. More cloud in the north with a few showers at times for central and southern Scotland. Highs at just 11 to 12 across much of Scotland and northeast England, but 16 to 20C elsewhere.