Mainly dry overnight with thicker cloud from the north by dawn. Breezy with variable cloud for Wednesday - the best of the sun in the south
Temperatures, although lower than last week, are still above average. Some bright or sunny spells mixed with showers over the next few days
Patchy light showers expected from the NW on Tuesday, but hopefully a fine evening in prospect
It was over 22°C by 9am this morning at Walney Island, Cumbria.
Temperatures across the northwest have been gradually climbing throughout the day, with most Met Office regional data sites reaching 27°C(81°F) this afternoon, with Ronaldsway, Isle of man at 25°C(77°F).
Within the last couple of hours Crosby has been our hot spot, reaching just over 28°C(82°F).
Temperatures across the region are soaring - highest regional value so far today was recorded at Hawarden Airport 24.7c.