1. ITV Report

Weather: Low pressure in charge for the week ahead

Clearer and colder weather Monday and Tuesday but low pressure in charge feeding wet and windy spells in from the Atlantic Photo:

Rest of Saturday:

Rain continues to spreads south and east, becoming heavy over the hills. Winds increasing to gale force, with severe gales over the Pennines. Maximum temperature 10 °C.

Overnight:

Outbreaks of rain will clear most places by midnight with winds easing, although remaining blustery. Clear spells will develop and most places should be dry. Temperatures will drop low enough for a touch of ground frost in areas that have shelter from the wind. Minimum temperatures 3/4 °C.

Sunday:

Dry and chilly start with good sunny spells at first. Low cloud is possible over the hills, as well as some around the wash. Cloud will increase from the west by the afternoon, with showery outbreaks of rain developing. Heavy and more persistent rain by evening with strong gusty winds again. Maximum temperature 12 °C.

Outlook:

Monday begins unsettled but turns mostly dry with clearer spells, winds remaining fairly fresh. A patchy frost is likely overnight as temperatures dip to 1°C

Tuesday looks like the best day of the week with drier, brighter but slightly colder weather. Winds easing for a time.

Wednesday looks much more unsettled at this stage. Heavy rain and gales spreading east.