Weekend Weather - Whats in store for the weekend


Much of the UK will have a dry weekend but rain will affect the west on Saturday. the breeze will increase which means it won't be as foggy and we'll see a more dramatic change to the weather by the end of the weekend



Tonight:

Remaining cloudy with hill fog and drizzle in east and southeastern England. There will be clearer spells further west with a patchy frost and fog reforming or thickening.

Friday:

Morning fog patches on Friday clearing to a mainly cloudy day with the odd spot of drizzle. Brighter spells in the west will be replaced by cloud and strengthening winds.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Mainly dry and cloudy on Saturday, but rain in far west. Some brighter spells Sunday, but wind and rain in the northwest later, moving southeast on Monday, wintry showers following.




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