Dry and sunny and becoming warm or very warm once again, especially across inland parts, but cooler near the coast with a moderate southeasterly breeze. Maximum temperature 23 °C.
A dry evening with plenty of late sunshine. Some patchy cloud will develop overnight, but with some clear spells too. Southeasterly winds continuing. Minimum temperature 6 °C.
A notably cooler day than of late across Angus with patchy low cloud at times here. Warmer with some sunny spells over western Tayside and Central. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Low cloud and drizzle Tuesday morning, then dry and bright, but cooler southeasterly winds. Cloudy, breezy and murky Wednesday with heavy rain later. Drier Thursday morning, but heavy showers developing.
UK long range weather forecast
A band of showery rain is likely to reach the southwest on Friday, pushing eastwards with strong winds though the day. The weekend could be very unsettled, with often heavy rain and the risk of gales, especially in the west and southwest. Thunder and hail are also likely at times. Thereafter, for the remainder of April and early May, unsettled conditions are likely to dominate, with a chance of showers or longer spells of rain and some periods of stronger winds, especially in the west and southwest. Whilst some rain is expected at times, there could be a shift towards more settled conditions later. Temperatures will most likely be near normal in the west, and warmer than average in the south and southeast.
For the start of May, some rain and unsettled conditions are likely, but a shift towards more settled conditions is probable. Whilst some rain is possible at times, a good deal of fine and dry weather is most likely, with temperatures above the seasonal average. Any warmer conditions are most likely in the south and southeast.