Cloud and rain across southern parts will ease through Sunday, clearing the far southeast by evening.
It will turn sunnier behind the rainband with showers across northern areas, wintry over hills and with the risk of hail and thunder.
All areas will become rather cold, particularly in the breeze.
Top temperature 13 Celsius (55F).
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A band of rain across Northern Ireland and southern Scotland at first will gradually push southwards into northern parts of England and Wales through the day.
Behind this much cooler and also showery air will feed in, with some of the showers turning wintry over high ground. Further south and it will be another warm day with some decent sunny spells, but showers are going to develop through the afternoon; some of these are likely to be heavy at times.
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A dry start in most places, with a touch of frost across Northern Ireland and Scotland.
This will give way to warm sunny spells in the afternoon across the majority of the country.
The Midlands will see the best of the weather with highs of 21C in places.