If you are enjoying sunny spells at the moment make the most of the them because the weather is breaking down from the west as we move through today.
Cloud will increase for all of us and it will be thick enough at times to produce a few showery bits and pieces of rain. The wind is lighter than yesterday so it won't feel too cool, highs of 20c expected.
Tonight as Low Pressure edges every closer it will bring a band of patchy rain in from the south west, there will be some drier intervals but it will be cloudy everywhere. Because of the cloud it won't feel as cool as the last few nights with lows of 12/13c.
Tomorrow looks to be a disappointing end to the week. It will be dry for a time but rain will gradually push northwards through the day giving us a wet end to the afternoon. The cloud and rain mean temperatures will be a touch lower than today, it will feel fairly fresh with highs of 18/19c
Looking further ahead to the bank holiday weekend and the unsettled theme continues.
Low Pressure will move right across us dragging in showers that are expected to be heavy and thundery on Saturday.
Here's how it's looking for the rest of the weekend:
SUNDAY: Showers with drier, brighter intervals.
MONDAY: Best day of the weekend, plenty of dry and sunny spells.