Saturday will definitely be the better day of the weekend.
Quite bright but chilly first thing, with an odd shower across the Isle of Man.
Saturday afternoon will be mainly dry and bright, odd scattered isolated showers, but they'll be few and far between. Chilly but bright, tops 14-15c.
Saturday night proves very cool with lows of 4-5c rurally.
Then the next few days will be particularly unsettled.
On Sunday, a deep low from the Atlantic drags in strong winds across the region. Rain will be into the region by 6am and will push quickly SE'wards; cloud and rain should be across the whole area by lunchtime.
There is a weather warning in force from 3pm Sunday to midnight Monday into Tuesday for strong winds. We predict gales through the Irish Sea, fresh to strong winds inland, gusts 50-60mph and 40-60mm of rainfall, the greater amounts at higher levels in Cumbria.
Temperatures peg back and it will be a showery Sunday evening and overnight period, cool NW'erly airstream.