The weather atm is depressing with low pressure dominating until Friday but this will gradually fill.
In to the weekend pressure gradually builds from the south and next week looks very good by typical September standards with a lot of sunny weather and warm or even very warm at times with temperatures in to the low 20's widely. High pressure anchored to the east is set to dominate our weather steering up warm continental southeasterly winds. Monday probably the fly in the ointment. A fair bit of cloud and drizzle but that is just an interruption really from Sunday which promises a really good day with long spells of sunshine and mid summer like weather. And Tuesday on is the max we can get at this time of year really.
Summer is not over just yet although recently it's felt like it.
Also the orientation of the high pressure later on leaves open the possibility of thunderstorms from around the Bay of Biscay with dramatically increased lifted air instability and humidity. This could occur toward the end of next week as Atlantic systems try and fail to break through. It's more a typical early August event but it's something to watch.
Big change on the way. Enjoy