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It will be breezy on Sunday. Let's look at the summary, as you can see
` it is largely - it is largely dry, but definitely
fresher. Good evening. This weekend's
forecast may be far from a summer classic, with a strengthening
breeze. At least it is not a washout. For many, there'll be
decent and dry spells to get out and enjoy. Most are dry. We have a few
heavy showers, drifting south-eastwards. A few showers into
the north-west of the UK. For the vast majority it is a dry night,
with lengthy clear spells. More cloud later. Temperatures 11-13
Celsius. In the suburbs and the countryside down to single digits. A
cool start to Saturday morning. Cloud from the north-west of
Scotland, with outbreaks of rain, will work southwards. Into the
afternoon it will be across southern Scotland and the far north of
England. You can expect more cloud over the rest of England and Wales.
All in all, a decent day. Few showers for many of you. In the
sunshine it should feel warm. 18-23 Celsius is possible. Some of the
best conditions on the south coast. Thicker cloud into north-west
England later on will bring rain, particularly across Cumbria. Damp
for some in southern Scotland and Northern Ireland. Dry weather here
and further north across Scotland, we will brighten up and around the
north-east. We could still hit 18-19 Celsius. If you are out for the
night, heavy rain in north-west England and north Wales. This
weather front will work into Sunday. We start to lose the heavier rain.
By the time we start Sunday morning, a zone of cloud and patchy rain
across southern England. That will clear the south coast into the
afternoon. A fine afternoon for Sunday. From northern England, in
order wards, a few showers. Some heavy. Strong winds too. Look at the
temperatures, only in the mid-teens. The winds will strengthen for some.
All linked to this low which is bringing cool air from the north. As
we start next week, temperatures normally this time of year normally
in the high teens, you can expect them to be three to six Celsius
lower than that. It is still August, so once the sun is out it should
feel warm enough. If you have next week off and have