It'll be warm and sunny for the rest of today, with similar weather lasting into the start of the Easter weekend too. Temperatures will be well above average but gradually lower as we head into the start of next week.
As for the rest of today there will be plenty of sunshine and skies should remain pretty clear overnight, but there may be a little cloud around, and some mist could form by morning too. Temperatures will stay on the mild side, with lows of 8 or 9 degrees, perhaps a bit cooler in the countryside.
A bit of a misty start for some on Good Friday but that'll soon clear to leave plenty of warm sunshine again. Temperatures for most will make it into the low-to-mid twenties again but an easterly breeze along the south coast will give a cooler feel.
The Easter weekend will gradually become a little less warm with a little more rain around, mostly in the form of showers, certainly on Easter Sunday and Monday. Temperatures by Monday will be nearer 16 or 17 Celsius too.