It will be another fine and settled day today with plenty of warm sunshine.
Any patchy mist to the east will burn back to the coast through the morning, with just some fair weather cloud along the coast of East Anglia through the day.
Patchy cloud will move across the far northwest with light rain possible and temperatures will struggle here, but in the best of the brightness we could see 20 degrees Celsius (68 F).
A chilly evening with a touch of frost but things will brighter again in the morning as the sunshine gets to work.Read the full story ›
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Light rain across Northern Ireland and Scotland will clear during the morning.
Elsewhere, it will be a dry day with any mist or fog patches soon clearing to leave prolonged sunny spells.
With lighter winds, it will feel pleasantly warm in the sunshine. Top temperature will be 19 Celsius (66F).
A few showers are expected across the west of Scotland tomorrow but elsewhere high pressure remains in control.Read the full story ›
Showers continue across western Scotland throughout tomorrow but some brightness here as well.Read the full story ›
It is a fine and dry start across many parts of the UK, with the best of the bright and sunny spells across western areas.
As the day progresses, cloud across eastern parts will slowly spread westwards, though some breaks in the cloud will develop. There may also be a few spots of rain possible at times under the thickest cloud. Maximum temperatures will be around average for the time of year, though above average across western Scotland with highs reaching 15C (59F).