Into Tuesday and many areas will experience a dry day with bright or sunny spells, these prolonged across England and Wales where it will become warm through the afternoon. Turning cloudier and breezier across Scotland and Ireland later in the day with some patchy rain or showers developing here. Highs 12C to 20C.
Some patchy rain and showers may move southwards into N England overnight, but most of the precipitation fizzling out overnight with many areas mainly dry with variable cloud. Turning cooler, if not rather chilly in the north and west with ground frost possible, a relatively mild night in the south though. Lows 2C to 8C.
Into Wednesday and cofidence is increasing for high pressure to build into the UK from the west through the day introducing mainly fine and settled conditions. A few showers can't be ruled out across more southern and eastern areas of England where a cool NE'ly breeze is forecast too, winds light elsewhere. Best of the sunshine in the north and west, but much cooler than Tuesday and with rather a rather chilly night ahead. Highs around, 9C to 14C.
During Thursday and high pressure is now forecast to be situated over most of the British Isles. As a result after a chilly start, perhaps with ground frost, much of the day for many areas will be dry with bright or sunny spells, perhaps prolonged in places. Winds light and variable for most areas, but perhaps still light or moderate N or NE'ly in the south and east. Temperatures still rather cool and near or slightly below average, highs 9C to 14C at best.