Headline: Dry, sunny and feeling hot by afternoon.
Today: Any early morning cloud affecting Pennines will rapidly clear, leading to a dry day with plenty of sunshine. Feeling hot by the afternoon with southerly winds, perhaps turning cooler near some coasts if an onshore breeze develops later. Maximum Temperature 32C.
Tonight: Most areas starting dry and remaining noticeably warm and muggy overnight. Chance of thunderstorms moving across some parts during the early hours of Wednesday morning. Minimum Temperature 19C.
Wednesday: Any early morning storms clearing across the North Sea, then largely sunny and feeling hot and humid by the afternoon. Perhaps turning cloudier later. Maximum Temperature 30C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Remaining very warm and humid for Thursday and Friday with a risk of showers or thunderstorms. Some uncertainty for Saturday with further thundery showers or rain, but sunshine is likely.