Saturday's UK weather forecast — A chilly feeling in the southern areas with drier and brighter spells in Scotland

A WET beginning of the day with showers or longer spells of rain for many, except the best of any drier, brighter spells for Scotland.

Very windy across central and southern areas but a chilly feeling, especially in the south of England.

UK weather forecast for 7am on Saturday, April 27

UK weather forecast for 4pm on Saturday April 27

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UK outlook for Sunday April 28 to Friday May 10

There'll be lighter winds and somewhat warmer with some rain for western parts, especially on Sunday and again on Tuesday.

Elsewhere, it will be mainly dry and bright, with sunny spells most likely in the eastern areas.

Showers or longer spells of rain are likely for many on Wednesday, though there will be sunny spells too.

However, a pattern of generally dry weather looks likely to develop over the first few days of May and at the start of the bank holiday weekend.

Although it could turn rather cold for a time in the north, day time temperatures are more likely to become warmer again though much less warm than over the Easter weekend.

Reduced cloud amounts mean that nights may be fairly cold, with some late frost in susceptible parts of the north.

How long the settled weather continues is uncertain and there remains a chance of spells of wet, windy and cooler weather at times, especially in the north and west.


UK surface pressure forecast for 12pm on Saturday

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