Pressure continues to rise across Britain and Ireland today and high pressure centred to the north or northeast of the country is set to dominate for the next few days bringing freshening winds to the south, a somewhat cooler feel, but ultimately a lot of dry weather as meteorological summer goes out on a rather quiet note.
Sunday is dawning dry for most places with any early patches of mist, low cloud or fog soon clearing. It will then be another mostly fine and dry day for much of the country with plenty of sunshine and variable amounts of cloud bubbling up. That cloud will bring the risk of the odd shower, most likely across England and Wales but even here most places will miss them and stay dry. Meanwhile, towards the north and west, across much of Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, there will be more in the way of cloud around bringing some occasional outbreaks of rain and drizzle but this will tend to ease later with some brighter skies developing in places. Maximum temperatures today will reach the low to mid twenties in many places, but for the north and west the mid-high teens are more likely.
This is the pattern for the next few days too as high pressure settles to the north and northeast of the country bring plenty of fine and settled weather across the country..
However, as the north-easterly breeze picks up so we are expecting more cloud to move in, especially in the east, and this cloud could bring the odd shower. It will also be cooler towards the east as the warmest of the temperatures will tend to be found towards the more sheltered south and southwest.