A weak cold front will continue moving southeastwards across the UK overnight tonight - fragmenting all the time until it's just a band of cloud and some light and patchy rain. Skies behind it clearing and with just the risk of a few showers in places. It's likely to be a fairly slow start across southeastern England on Saturday morning but that cloud will tend to break and lift throughout the morning. Elsewhere it's a mixture of sunny spells and a scattering of showers. Highs of around 21C. On Sunday it's a sunny start for many, but fairly soon, cloud will thicken from the west and southwest ahead of an approaching frontal system that brings cloud and rain in across many areas on Monday.