Saturday 28 June to Friday 4 July
I expect the high pressure to persist in most parts of the country right through this week, although by the end of the week the high will have moved off to the east. This will allow south to southeasterly winds to develop across the country with an area of low pressure to the west of Ireland.
So for the weekend it looks set fair with plenty of warm sunshine just about everywhere.
During the week, much of England, Wales, central and eastern Scotland will stay dry, very warm and sunny, but in the far south of England there is a chance, as it turns increasingly humid, that a few thundery showers could develop. Towards the middle of the week these storms could become more widespread and perhaps threaten most of southern England.
From midweek, the high pressure could start to decline and move away eastwards allowing more unsettled weather, with thundery showers, to push into Northern Ireland and western Scotland, whereas much of eastern Scotland and eastern England will stay dry and very warm.
This was taken from the BBC weather page http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/
and looks good at this stage for the weekend. More detailed reports will be posted as we get nearer the date.