All of us will see some rain at some point this weekend. Low Pressure is in charge and sending bands of rain our way.
This afternoon will be cloudy but mostly dry, just a few showers but they will be hit and miss. It will feel cold as the wind is coming in from the north. Highs of 14c.
Tonight from around 9pm in the East Midlands a Warm Front will bring rain to all parts. The heaviest in the north and it will extend across the region overnight. It will be milder than of late and frost-free.
Tomorrow the rain will be sitting across northern counties for much of the day, anywhere from Birmingham north. Elsewhere the chance of a few spots of rain but it will be mostly dry. It will feel a touch warmer than today as we lose the northerly wind.
Tomorrow night should be dry but on Sunday another band of rain will move in from the continent. This time it's the turn of the southern half of the region. The rain will be showery though, not too heavy. It will remain unsettled and feel rather cold as we move into next week.
Tree pollen levels will range from Low to Moderate. Low in the rain, moderate in any drier, brighter spells.