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Holiday Weekend, pretty optimistic on that at the moment, that there
will be on that at the moment, that there
will be some sunshine around. More on that in the national forecast.
Our weather is taking a turn for the colder. You would be forgiven for
thinking that does not bode well for the Bank Holiday Weekend. But as we
go through the weekend, temperatures will be performing a U-turn, and
recovering, as we will see. England and Wales has borne the brunt of
some heavy downpours, with still some lively show is out there at the
moment. But they are fading. Clearer skies in Scotland, so here, some
spots will get close to freezing if not below tonight. But a better day
on the way tomorrow. Even where you start with cloud, it will eventually
brighten up. For Scotland, some sunny spells from the word go. So, a
chilly but bright start. Other areas, a pretty slow start, with
showers dotted about in eastern England. At least the blanket of
cloud overnight will stop the temperature going down too far.
Moving on through the day, very slowly, we will see some bright or
sunny spells coming through. Still one or two showers for East Anglia,
south-east England, but the vast majority will stay dry. It will feel
colder, compared to today. But for the northern half of the UK, it will
feel a bit better. However, tomorrow night, temperatures will drop, and
away from the cloudy areas in the west, and the North Sea coast, in
between, we will see a ground frost developing in places. If you are a
gardener, bear that in mind for Friday night Saturday morning. But
this is the big feature for the start of the weekend, high pressure,
looking promising, but we have this weather front trying to come in from
the Atlantic. Although the vast majority on Saturday will have a
decent day, to the west, we have increasing cloud, which could be
affecting Northern Ireland and western Scotland later. Some of that
rain on Sunday fading into Scotland and northern England. And then on
Bank Holiday Monday, the rain has gone and the warmth is coming back.