After a murky start in the south it will be mainly dry and warm across most of the country.
A bright and sunny day for most tomorrow with the chance of showers in the North later on.
A mixture of sunny spells and showers across the country but turning damp and breezy by Sunday.
It will be a fine and dry day for most of the UK with temperatures between 18C and 21C.
However, later on cloud will increase and there will be outbreaks of rain in Scotland and Northern Ireland which will spread to the southeast.
It will be a mostly fine day for many with light winds and sunny spells which will make it feel quite warm at times.
Cloud and rain will spread into the north-west later, bringing freshening winds.
Tonight will see occasional rain and drizzle with extensive low cloud and hill fog will continue to spread south and east to most parts.
Clearer and drier conditions will follow into the northwest.
By ITV Weather's Manali Lukha
Any lingering showers will clear overnight and looking ahead to tomorrow high pressure will lead to bright and sunny spells for most of the country.
There maybe a few showers early on for the east coast but they will clear quickly. Temperatures could be as high as 21C in the south east but with the cloud building in the north west it will be a slightly cooler 18C.
There will be sunny spells and some showers this afternoon with temperatures still feeling cool across Britain.
There will be sunny spells for most with a few showers over Scotland and Northern Ireland.
One or two showers may also be seen in north-west England and North Wales but elsewhere will be mainly dry with plenty of sunshine.
It will still feel cool in the westerly breeze with top temperatures of 21 Celsius (70F).
With high pressure building and low pressure moving away, it's set to be a very pleasant weekend with warmer temperatures and some good spells of sunshine.
This means some good sunny spells across the board, coupled with some showers as well tomorrow. Expect highs of 21C.
Sunday will start along the same lines, but will get more damp and breezy as the day goes on.