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Good evening. Summer is not over, but this weekend it will resemble
Autumn at times. It's not looking pretty if you have outdoor plans
with wind and rain around. Pretty low temperatures too. To get us in
the mood, it's turning damp through the rest of the night. Much of this
rain is light and patchy. Heavier bursts turning up across more
northern parts of the country. Not desperately cold. Ten to 15 degrees
north to south. Tomorrow starts on a pretty wet and windy note. Some
heavy rain and strong winds sweep ing across England and Wales in
particular. For most of us it won't rain all day. You should see some
brightness at some stage. Through the morning, there will be some
very wet weather across England and Wales. Some gales around exposed
areas too. Mind the main area of rain, things brighten up ah, cross
the west. At lunch time, some sunshine across south-west England
and indeed Wales. But there'll be further showers rattling in on the
breeze. If you're heading to the beach, not ideal. Feeling cool as
well. Temperatures in the midteens. Some of the showers will be
thundery. In Northern Ireland, some sunshine, some showers. The showers
quite slow moving as they will be through Scotland. The winds here
will be fairly light. The best of the brightness in Scotland will be
across eastern areas. We'll see more persistent and heavy rain
spinning back in later. The rain should clear from northern England
for a time. It will be a struggle across the south-east. Here the
rain will be linger well on into the afternoon, particularly across
the far south-east. That's where the Open is taking place. No picnic
for the golfers here. Some rain gradually clearing by early evening
and the winds should be dying down as well.
So the rain clears out of the south-east through Saturday evening.
Into the early hours of Sunday morning, though, we're going to see
another batch of wet weather spiralling in through Scotland and
down into western parts of England and Wales an the winds will pick up
too. Again gales sweeping up the channel later in the day. The best
of any brightness probably across East Anglia and the south-east.
Temperatures 16 or 17, might squeak a 20. Ever sign of summer