Friday's dry and warm weather will continue into the weekend.
There will be a breakdown in conditions by the end of Sunday but the bulk of the region will stay dry with warm temperatures continuing inland, the best of the sunshine reserved for Saturday.
Noticeable changes will be a light breeze developing as the weekend progresses and more cloud cover in general on Sunday, building from the west.
Staying dry with variable cloud breaking at times to allow some clear spells. With light winds, this may lead to some isolated fog patches and cool temperatures in rural areas. Lows 7-8°C.
Remaining fine and dry with prolonged spells of sunshine, light breeze and warm temperatures once any isolated mist or fog patches clear. Highs 21-23°C.
Generally fine on Sunday with further spells of warm sunshine. High cloud will slowly invade from the northwest, turning the sunshine hazy later in the day. Highs 19-21°C
Remaining on the warm side but humidity rises. A muggy start to the week, and more unsettled, as low pressure takes hold. Showers or longer spells of rain, locally heavy.