A ridge of high pressure remains through the country on Thursday. It will be a dry and bright morning with good spells of sunshine. Increasing cloud in western Scotland and western Ireland. This afternoon stays dry and bright with sunny spells, the best of them in central, eastern and southern areas. Cloud in the far northwest of Scotland bringing a few spots of rain and drizzle. Highs at 17 to 24C.
Cloud and outbreaks of rain in the far north of Scotland overnight. The rain will be fading as the night progresses and pushes south into central and eastern Scotland. Some clear spells in the far south of the country. Broken cloud elsewhere and dry weather as well. Lows at 10 to 12C.
A weak front through northern England and southern Scotland as well as central Ireland on Friday. Cloud and spots of rain may affect high ground along the front, although this fading. Dry with sunshine in the south of the country. Drier and fresher in Scotland and brighter here too with some sunny spells. Highs at 28C in southern England, 16C in northwest England, mainly 22 to 25C.
A ridge of high pressure affects most of the British Isles on Saturday. A weak front brings some cloud to northern Scotland with some patchy rain in the northwest. There may be some cloud affecting eastern England too, but this will be broken with some sunny spells. Elsewhere it will be dry with sunny spells. Temperatues around 27C in the southeast, 15C in northern Scotland.