It will be grey and damp for much of England and Wales on Saturday with drizzly rain.
Steadier rain will be moving through south-eastern counties in the afternoon.
Behind the rain it will feel chilly, but will become drier with brightening skies in places.
Showers will get going across the north-west - most frequent across Scotland and Northern Ireland with some snow across the Scottish Highlands.
After a cold, frosty and, in places, icy start on Sunday it will be a stunning day with lots of dazzling November sunshine - but it will stay very chilly with temperatures a few degrees lower than what we have been used to.