High pressure in control as we move into Tuesday and very little synoptic change is expected as we head through the rest of the week with the very dry theme continuing for most regions.
Any early patches of mist, fog or low cloud will soon clear this morning to leave much of the country with a fine and dry day with plenty of sunshine and just some fair weather cloud bubbling up in places. Even for more northern and north-western regions it will be a drier day compared to yesterday, even if still rather cloudy at times, but most of any rainfall will tend to become confined to the Northern Isles. Here temperatures will be held back in the teens otherwise for most places it will be a very warm day with temperatures in the north ranging from 21°C to 25°C whilst further south highs will be in the range of 26°C to 30°C although sea breezes will bring some relief to coastal districts.
The far north and northwest will remain cloudy and rather breezy tonight with the odd shower but for most places it will be a fine and dry night with perhaps some mist or fog patches forming. These will again readily clear tomorrow to leave most places fine and sunny once more with temperatures climbing a touch higher, both by day and by night.