The weekend is relatively quiet with a fairly cloudy but mild start on Saturday.
Patchy rain pushes through on Saturday night before brightening up but cooling down a little into Sunday.
All the 'weather gossip' at the moment is about next week, when we're expecting our first real cold snap of late Autumn/early Winter.
The rain that clears on Sunday returns for a time on Sunday night into Monday. But when it finally heads south towards Monday night that's when the colder air begins to push in from the north.
We will all have a fairly cold night on Monday but it's as we head into the next few days that it will really start to feel much colder - initially for northern parts of the UK on Tuesday, before the colder air reaches most inland areas by Wednesday.
With a northerly feed of air showers are expected Tuesday into Wednesday and they are likely to fall wintry, even at lower levels.
As far as snow settling - this is certainly possible over the hills, and maybe at lower levels temporarily but the ground will not be cold enough for the snow to settle for too long on roads away from higher ground.
Stay in touch with us and the forecasts for the latest developments as we head into next week.
Keep you, your loved ones and and your vehicles prepared for winter - warm and safe.