Today sees a north-south split on our hands, weather-wise. In the north it is more unsettled, with outbreaks of rain, while it's a fair bit warmer and finer down south.
However, as they move southward through the day, those outbreaks of rain could turn more showery and we may even see some thunder.
It's going to be a pretty mild night in most parts of the country, with lows of 13C to 15C.
More top news
A report from the National Office of Statistics says the government failed to fully consider the cost to consumers of Hinkley Point C.
An Atlantic frontal system brings rain across northwest Scotland and Northern Ireland overnight.
A memorial to honour the service of millions of men and women from Africa and the Caribbean during the two world wars has been unveiled.