High pressure lies to the south-west. A slack westerly flow across the British Isles. Weak fronts bring a lot of cloud and patchy drizzly rain, drifting from west to east, but amounts small. Murky with low cloud over hills in most of western Britain, also Ireland, some fog to low levels around south-western coasts. Brightest skies toward the east of England and Scotland, with some sunshine. Light winds. A humid day, highs 24 to 26C central-eastern England, 19 to 22C west & north.
A lot of cloud persists across the country overnight. Drizzly rain locally, but amounting to very little overall. Murky with fog over hills and around western coasts. Some cloud breaks toward the east. Light winds for many, but a fresh westerly breeze around coasts in the south-west. Remaining humid, and warm overall, staying around 14 to 17C, or warmer in urban areas in south-east England. Highland Scotland near or just below 10C.
A slack southwesterly pattern. High pressure influences the south. Weak fronts lie to the north of Scotland. Mostly cloudy skies for the north & west. Patchy drizzly rain but many places often dry. Rain likely becoming more persistent for Northern Ireland and western Scotland later. Generally dry toward the south & east, with occasional sun. A light southwesterly breeze, but strengthing in the north-west. Feeling humid, highs 24 to 27C south-east England. 19 to 23C for most places.
A westerly pattern continues, with fronts edging south across the country. A band of rain is likely to move slowly south-eastwards across Scotland and Ireland. Patchy rain or drizzle for Wales plus northern England. Also grey and drizzly in the south-west. Dry with hazy sun for the Midlands and south-east. The far north of Scotland may brighten up with scattered showers. A light west to southwesterly breeze. Up to 28C in the south-east, 22 to 25C central England, 15 to 18C Scotland.