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Some lovely sunshine at times this weekend, but I fear the weather
will be making the headlines for less positive reasons, as we will
see in a moment. Cloud is cascading in of the Atlantic, which will
eventually bring a lot of rain to the north-west. Ahead of that, the
skies have been clear for a time this evening. Temperatures have
been falling away, and right now there are close to freezing in a
few spots. But for the rest of the country, temperatures will rise as
the cloud increases. In western parts of Scotland, some heavy rain.
Further south, it stays dry, with clear skies, meaning a reasonable
start to the day for much of southern England. Breezy, but
nothing excessive across the south. A lot of cloud for Wales, north-
west England. The Cumbrian fells are seeing some rain. There is an
East-West split in Scotland. Heavy rain in western Scotland and
dampness in Northern Ireland. It just keeps raining across a good
part of western Scotland. That is of some concern, as there may be
some flooding here. The East of Scotland is still relatively dry.
Further south, and try again, with some sunshine. It is mild, but
tempered by the strength of the wind. We are concerned about this.
We have an amber warning in force. These winds could get very gusty
and cause disruption not just over the high ground, but they will be
dancing down of the Pennines, for example, into north-east England.
The A1 could be badly affected, buffeted by serious crosswinds, so
be aware of that if you are on the move. Many northern areas will have
a very windy end to the day and very wet as well. Gradually, the
worst of the rain will sink southeastwards and die away. The
strong winds hang on on Sunday in the North-East. Sunday will be a
sparkling day for many of us. Lots of sunshine, most places dry.