A weather front edging in from the west will bring rain for a time Saturday evening and overnight. This introduces slightly cooler air into the second half of the weekend.
A noticeably fresher theme develops as we head into Sunday. Despite some sunshine around, showers will develop along with lower temperatures and a stronger breeze. Although across most areas the showers will remain scattered they could be on the heavy and possibly thundery side, with the far west of Cumbria & SW Scotland perhaps experiencing showers merge to longer spells of rain at times.
Conditions then settle down over the coming few days into a mix of sunny spells, scattered showers and temperatures remaining just above the average for late July.
Here's your Border forecast for the next few days.....
REST OF SATURDAY:
Cloud gradually increasing throughout the day, bringing the risk of showers in the west later. Most places staying warm, but feeling cooler than recently along the coast. Highs to 26°C.
Clouding up for a time with showery rain, maybe heavy at times, spreading east - covering most areas at some point throughout the night. Northwesterly winds will increase by dawn. Remaining fairly warm until the front clears. Lows to 14C.
A cloudier day compared to Saturday with showers developing, perhaps heavy at times, and merging to longer spells of rain in the west. A fresh northwesterly breeze making it feel noticeably cooler than of late. Temperatures near normal for the time of year with highs back down to 21°C
OUTLOOK: Sunny spells and isolated showers possible over the coming few days - perhaps becoming more heavy and widespread by Wednesday. Cooler than last week but still feeling warm in the sunnier spells. Highs 20-22°C