High pressure is slowly slipping away but just hanging on long enough to give us a fine, settled day today.
Low pressure systems are trying to push in from the west, so it's a grey start this morning, especially further west, but the sun begins to make more of an appearance from mid-morning onwards.
The S and E of the region should be fine, dry and sunny this afternoon, good spells of sun lifting highs to 23c 73f.
Slightly different story to the N and W where the front will possibly be close enough to give some drizzle and this could affect western coasts and the Isle of Man where temps will be a trifle cooler.
Monday shouldn't be too bad, light showers, some sunny spells. Breeze easing.
Bright start on Tuesday. Cloud increases, rain develops. A persistent band of rain is expected late morning/early afternoon time.
This low rattles through overnight then there may be a brief respite when things brighten for a time on Wednesday afternoon before the next low pressure system pushes in on Wednesday night.