Issued from the Met Office
at 04:00 GMT on Friday, 22nd March 2019
Occasionally heavy rain across Northern Ireland and western Scotland will slowly sink southeastwards into northern England. Behind it, colder, brighter and showery. Windy in the north. Mainly dry but cloudy elsewhere, although with some warm sunny spells.
Rain will continue to sink southeastwards, becoming light and patchy with some southern parts remaining dry. Elsewhere, clearing skies will lead to patchy frost. Scattered showers continuing in the northwest.
Largely cloudy in the south, with some light rain possible in the southwest. Otherwise mainly dry with bright or sunny spells, although windy in the far north with further showers.
Sunday to Tuesday
Frequent blustery showers in Scotland on Sunday, otherwise generally settled and dry. Partly cloudy skies are probable with warm sunny spells by day, but overnight frost and fog is possible.
The national weather forecast from the Met Office covers today, tonight, tomorrow and the following three days. This provides an indication of the main weather types and trends across the UK during the short-range forecast period.
This data is provided under licence and updated daily, normally early morning.