Saturday sees the remnants of cloud and outbreaks of rain lingering over the east of the ITV Central region this morning. The wind starts to increase and it will not feel pleasant, very cool.
Brighter and drier further west, with that finer weather continuing to extend eastwards during the afternoon, temperatures in the low teens celsius, but feeling much colder with that bitter northerly wind and especially cold in the east.
On Sunday, a deep low from the Atlantic drags in strong winds across the region. Rain also quickly pushes SE'wards across the country. Wet and windy, 10-15mm of rain expected locally.
The rain clears by Monday leaving us with a cool and showery start to the coming week. It will be brighter, but showers will be heavy at times. A windy day, cooler too at 14c, 57f.
Tuesday will be rather miserable, the low pressure never moves far away and it merges with a second low to give another pulse of heavy rain from the west , winds increasing once again.