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too much about the differences between this weekend's weather and
last weekend, but I will leave it to you to draw your own conclusions.
The evidence includes a brisk, call westerly wind blowing into your
showers are away. It is not going to be raining all the time. Every now
and again it will be dry and the sun will come out. Take advantage of
those moments. For the rest of the night, bands of wet weather walking
-- working across southern areas. Squally showers, a rumble of
thunder, gusty winds. Another band of rain into Western areas and
Northern Ireland. The rain in Northern Ireland will ease. There
are drier, clear spells around and it is single figure temperatures. A
fresh start for Saturday morning. For Saturday morning we have a zone
of cloud and rain, pushing east. Following on behind, brighter,
showery conditions. At 9am, a lot of cloud. Patchy outbreaks of rain. For
the south-east, one or two heavy showers to clear away before it
brightens up. There will be a zone of drier, brighter weather in
eastern England but showers will get going. Northern Ireland, the
overnight rain clearing. Heavy showers not too far behind. Rain
spreading across Scotland. Lighter winds in Scotland compared with
elsewhere. The area of cloud and rain moves east and into the
afternoon it brightens up. Showers follow. Heavy showers with hail and
thunder. Gusty winds. It is not going to be raining all the time.
They move along quite quickly on the brisk wind. Cooler than today. 15
Celsius. Most of us will fall short of that. There will be showers on
the road to Wembley for the FA Cup final, probably easing during the
match itself. For those celebrating in north-west England on Saturday
evening there will be rain to come. Brisk winds are moving across other
parts of northern England and East Anglia. By the end of Saturday night
and the beginning of Sunday, a brief ridge of high pressure. More weather
fronts coming from the Atlantic. Even if you start dry on Sunday,