A glorious day for much the UK. Generally dry everywhere for the rest of the day - with plenty of sunshine and only patchy cloud at times in places with light winds. Only exception is likely to be northwest Scotland where here it will be breezy and there will be more in the way of cloud thick enough to give some light showers. Also N. Ireland may see more in the way of cloud towards N and W coasts but staying dry. Feeling warmer than of late for much of the UK. Maximum temperature of 22 °C in the south this afternoon, perhaps reaching 20 °C across parts of Scotland. Tonight: fine, dry and mild, light winds inland may lead to some mist patches by dawn.
For Thursday and Friday, fine and dry again, as high pressure takes charge - it will be even warmer with temperatures hitting the mid 20s centigrade across parts of England and Wales. Perhaps the risk an isolated shower developing across western areas Friday afternoon. Saturday, another very warm and sunny day for many, though perhaps showers developing across the west and north. Sunday perhaps seeing cloud thicken across the north and west as Atlantic weather fronts move in and high pressure retreats eastwards, rain may develop across the west by evening, but maybe staying dry and bright in the south and east.