It looks like another fine couple of days this weekend but it'll feel colder than recently, and there will be more cloud on Sunday. Winds will be stronger this weekend too.
High pressure is still in charge but to the northwest of the UK. This is bringing in north to northeast winds and cold air across the south west.
For the rest of today it'll stay dry with plenty of evening sunshine. Clear skies will last overnight too, but there will be a brisk wind which will stop temperatures from falling as low as the last couple of nights. We'll see 1 Celsius in a few spots by Saturday morning so there could be a patchy frost.
Saturday though will be another fine day with plenty of sunshine. Temperatures should make it to 13 degrees in the afternoon but the brisk wind will make it feel quite a bit cooler than that.
Sunday looks cloudier and windier with temperatures only making it to single figures, so it'll be a colder day. However, high pressure should hold out for the start of next week, keeping the weather quiet at least.