High pressure is sitting close to southwestern parts of Britain and Ireland today but there is a fair amount of cloud trapped under that high with some of that cloud even thick enough to bring a few light showers in some areas.
So for today most places will see a fair amount of cloud drifting around and although some areas will catch the odd light shower, for many it will stay dry. The greatest risk of showers will come across parts of western Scotland and in areas bordering the Irish Sea. Meanwhile, there will be some sunny spells around, with perhaps parts of the east, northeast and southwest seeing the best of these.
Temperatures won't be too far from normal for the second half of September, ranging from 14°C to 17°C in the north and 18°C to 20°C in the south with winds generally on the light side so it will pleasant enough in any sunnier periods.
Very little change is expected as we go into tonight and indeed into tomorrow with high pressure slow-moving close to the southwest of the country. Cloud amounts will continue to be variable and often on the large side, but where any clearer spells occur some pleasant sunshine is possible by day but it will be cooler overnight.