Looks like staying dry across the NW for the next 36 hours.
Cloud is currently coming and going across the Granada region during Tuesday afternoon, odd patches developing throughout the day especially across the Pennines and through parts of Cumbria. In the Isle of Man, brightness coming and going, some sea mist washing in and then away again. Lots of sunshine across the region, tops up to 26c 79f in Manchester.
Mainly clear, bits of patchy cloud. Dry. Warm, mild temperatures, lows 14c 57f in the Isle of Man. 16c elsewhere, 61f. Not feeling too muggy or oppressive though as drier air filters in from the east.
Likely to be a day of unbroken sunshine across the Isle of Man, a real stand-out day here. Best of the day's sunshine across the western side of the region, temperatures possibly slightly higher than Tuesday in places. High pressure continues to be in charge for much of the rest of the week.
Generally fine. Later on, the very low risk of a shower through Cheshire and South Manchester as temperatures rise. Just homegrown showers bubbling up.
Lots of sun, best in the west.
Cloudier end to the day for the Isle of Man and Cumbria but the thundery breakdown probably won't happen until Sunday.