An area of heavy rain is likely to persist across northern parts Scotland for much of the day, perhaps giving some local lies flooding. Cloud across central and eastern parts of England this morning will tend to move away throughout the day as it turns sunnier. A number of showers are expected across Northern Ireland, down to the Irish Sea coasts across Wales and southwest England with wanted to perhaps in the far south of England. Much of eastern England should get by with a mostly sunny afternoon. It will be quite windy in so it will feel colder with top temperatures of 10 to 14 Celsius.
That heavy rain is expected to continue across most of Scotland through the evening and night. Most of England and Wales, though along with Northern Ireland and southern Scotland will be dry with mostly clear skies except for a few scattered showers near south east England and southwest England. A touch of frost is possible across southern Scotland and northern England where skies remain clear. Expect minimum temperatures of 3 to 8 Celsius.
Saturday morning sees outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain across northern Scotland. That tends to become a bit lighter as it tracks down across southern Scotland and parts of the north east of England in the afternoon. A few showers may affect the North Midlands, Wales, west England and Northern Ireland with the best the sunshine in the far south. Cloudy and northern England up through Scotland with some sporadic outbreaks of mainly light rain tonight. Central, southern parts of England looks dry. Maximum temperatures of 9 to 13 Celsius.
On Sunday we'll find few scattered showers around North Sea coasts down across southeast England with a few perhaps across Wales. Otherwise expect a good deal of dry weather with sunny spells. This evening. Much of the country will be fair and dry with some clear spells. Generally stays dry with clear spells and occasional cloud during the night. With light winds it looks like it could turn quite cold with a frost expected from southwest England up through Wales, the West Midlands, northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Maximum temperatures of 10 to 13 Celsius.