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Good evening. Mother Nature can be cruel sometimes. After a week of
sunshine and warmth the school holidays arrive and the weather
changes. This weekend will get cooler across the country.
Temperatures will be back to where they should be. After the sunshine
of this week, more in the way of cloud. High pressure that has
dominated has moved into the Atlantic. A northerly air flow has
developed. There will be one or two spots of light rain and drizzle
here a and there. After a clear start to the night, spots will be
chilly into the morning, most around six to eight degrees to
start Saturday. Cloudier than this morning. Some will struggle to
break the cloud. Further north sunshine develops quickly in
Scotland. Sunny conditions will develop south into the afternoon. A
few spots of rain around, temperatures the highest across the
country at 16 degrees. From the Midland northwards we will see the
cloud thin out after that cloudy grey start to the day with light
drizzle. Look at the wind direction coming in from a general north to
north-easterly. A cold wind. By the afternoon temperatures could be
eight or nine degrees down on today's values at 9-12 Celsius.
These are the values we should be closer to at this time of year. The
colder air will push down Saturday night into Sunday. A colder night
than it has been for sometime quite widely. A widespread frost away
from the major towns and cities where you will get two or three
degrees in the city cities. Rural areas below freezing to start
Sunday. A crisp clear start to the day sunshine over head for many.
Cloud amounts will build throughout the day. Dry with sunny spells for
most part, thicker cloud will bring rain into northern Scotland. This
weather front, as it pushes southwards on Monday and Tuesday,