Saturday looks to be the better day of the weekend with some brighter skies, followed by a spell of wet and windy weather on Sunday. Both days should be milder than we've been used to so far this week.
High pressure is still just about clinging on but through the weekend we'll see weather fronts making their way in from the Atlantic. Sunday looks much more unsettled than we've been used to for a while.
For the rest of today though it'll stay quiet and mostly dry with plenty of cloud around. A few spots of rain may fall where cloud is thickest. Through the early hours of Saturday there will be a few more gaps in the cloud allowing temperatures to fall to 3 or 4 degrees across Somerset and Wiltshire, for example.
A chilly start for some then, and another mostly dry day with brighter skies but also a handful of showers. It'll be breezier too, and some hill fog will form in the afternoon. Temperatures slightly higher with the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall seeing double figures.
After a dry start on Sunday we'll see a band of rain and strong winds move through, hopefully with a little sunshine before dark. Next week looks unsettled too with frequent, heavy and blustery showers. It'll start to turn colder again as well.