A dry start in most places, with a touch of frost across Northern Ireland and Scotland.
This will give way to warm sunny spells in the afternoon across the majority of the country.
The Midlands will see the best of the weather with highs of 21C in places.
Cloud and rain heading eastwardsRead the full story ›
Most of us will have lovely sunshine to end the day followed by clear skies overnightRead the full story ›
Some warm sunshine today. Turning unsettled into the weekendRead the full story ›
The north of Scotland will have a cloudy and damp day with patchy rain, and some sea fog towards the west coast. The south and southeast of England will get off to a locally grey start and a few early fog patches are expected across Northern Ireland and eastern parts of England.
Other than this there will be a good deal of dry and sunny weather around once again. Although breezy in the far north and across southwestern parts of the British Isles, much lighter winds are expected elsewhere with temperatures climbing to around 20 Celsius (68F).
Clear and cool to the west tonight - and the best of the sunshine here tomorrowRead the full story ›
High pressure will give another day of sunshine and warm temperatures for many parts of the UK tomorrowRead the full story ›
Today we will see more cloud in northern and eastern areas. Elsewhere another fine and dry day with sunny spells. Highs 13 -20 inland.Read the full story ›
It will be another fine day across UK but with more cloud across northern and eastern areas.
The best of the sunshine is expected across the west and southwest of the country where it will feel very warm with highs of 20C.
Temperatures could plunge to 1 or 2C degrees in rural areas.Read the full story ›