Rather a cloudy start to the day for many parts of the UK and Ireland. There will be sunny spells in the southeast and parts of eastern Scotland. Some spots of rain in southern and eastern Ireland as well as northwest England and northern Wales. The front brings the spots of rain slips south through Wales and the Midlands in the afternoon and evening, as well as northern coasts of Cornwall and Devon, although this only very light. Scattered showers developing in the southeast through this afternoon and evening. Becoming brighter in more northern areas with lengthy spells of sunshine coming through in Scotland, and eventually northern England. Highs at 20C in southeastern England, but turning colder from the north with tops of 9C in northern Scotland.
Cloud and some showers in the south of England tonight. One or two of the showers could be heavy in parts of East Anglia and the southeast, although these fading after midnight. Clearer skies to the north affecting most other areas, with all places then dry. A frost in Scotland with lows of 0C here, 10C in southeast England.
The remnants of a cold front across the far south of England on Saturday morning. This could produce an odd light shower on the hills, but the cloud tending to break further with sunny spells developing. For most of the rest of the UK and Ireland the morning should be bright with sunny spells, the best of them the further north you go. Staying fair into the afternoon with further sunny spells and dry for most, although still the chance of a shower in the far south. Thicker cloud and some rain arriving in the far west of Scotland and Ireland as a front arrives here later. Highs at 15 to 20C.
Low pressure to the north of Scotland will be pushing a weakening cold front eastwards through the day. This brings some cloud and outbreaks of rain to Scotland and Ireland as well as northern England and Wales on Sunday morning, this becoming every lighter and more patchy. Brighter skies and drier weather following the front, although with some showers in northern and western Scotland. After a fine start cloud will increasing across southern and eastern England, perhaps giving a few spots of rain. For most other areas Sunday afternoon should be bright, although cooler, and dry. Highs at 21C in southeast England, but 12 to 17C elsewhere as the cooler air arrives.