One thing is for sure, it won't be as hot this weekend as it was last weekend. Why is that? The simple answer is where the airmass that is affecting us has come from. Last weekend it was from Iberia and the western Mediterranean but this weekend it has its origins in the north Atlantic.
After a drop of rain Friday evening, skies will clear after midnight and Saturday will start sunny but chilly. Cloud will increase from the south with a threat of rain Saturday evening/night.
West is best Sunday. Cloud along the east coast may produce a little rai, especially in the morning. Driest and brightest weather will be in the Pennines/Dales. Confidence in the details of the forecast this weekend is lower than normal so it is imperative to keep up to date with the very latest forecast before venturing out. Whatever to are doing, have a fab weekend.