Easternmost parts of the region will hold onto the sunshine for longest this evening, a very pleasant end to the Bank Holiday.
Two things happen tonight. Low cloud increases from the east again, like last night, turning things misty in places. Further west, there will be some clearer breaks into the evening but cloud pulls in from the NW so again, turning misty, especially around the Shropshire hills.
Tomorrow sees a cloudy, grey, misty start with cloud breaking through the morning in the east. The west sees better, brighter breaks first thing, but it'll be cloudy further north.
Through the afternoon, the best of the sun is again, like today, through the east, up to 23c 73f. It will generally be cloudier further west.
The remainder of the week looks like being mostly dry, but fairly cloudy, especially overnight and during the mornings.
Pressure will be relatively high further south this week, and because the fronts to the north are very weak and pulling down through the high, it's difficult to say whether they will give just cloud or an odd shower and, of course, how much. It would only take a little bit of a random factor to pep up any activity.
Thursday may possibly be favoured for some brighter breaks.