OK, that's the Bank Holiday's done with for now (unless you are in Ireland where you have one this coming weekend) and it's back to work for many of us. However, it is also half term for many regions and the good news if you like getting out and about is that the weather is set to remain settled throughout the week.
Yep, high pressure in charge and not going anywhere fast so for much of the UK and Ireland another fine and dry day is in store with plenty of sunshine around. Once again though we do have areas of low cloud drifting around, mainly across central and eastern regions of England thanks to the brisk north-easterly wind, but also across northern parts of Scotland. This low cloud will slowly burn back towards the coast today but is likely to persist for much of the day in the east and so, with that wind, it will be another disappointingly cool day here with temperatures in the low-mid teens at best. It will be warmer further west with highs in western regions of 19°C to 22°C.
You can probably predict the forecast for tonight and tomorrow, but just in case there is any doubt it remains dry for most apart from the slight risk of a light shower towards the southeast of England. Low cloud will spread back inland tonight with the clearest skies out towards the north and west and then tomorrow sees the sunshine burning that low cloud back towards eastern coasts with the best of the temperatures remaining out towards the west.