UK weather forecast: Temperatures to plummet as Britain braces freezing for early frost

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That’s according the forecast included in the latest Met Office update. Meteorologist Aidan McGivern explained that the weekend will buck the weekday trend. He said: “The wet weather that we’ve seen plenty of recently will ease through Saturday.

“In those areas that start the day with rain, showers replace the rain and then actually through that weekend increasingly drier and brighter skies.”

There will be wet weather in east Scotland which will extend though “the central belt, by this stage an area of cloud associated with it wraps around into Northern Ireland”.

Mr McGivern added: “Showers continue to drive into western parts of Wales, the southwest of England and northern England as well but actually for the midlands, for central southern England, east Anglia, the southeast, plenty of blue skies to begin the day.”

“There will be showers popping up just about anywhere through the day, especially into the afternoon. The main areas of cloud and rain are by this stage into southern Scotland, the far north of England, Northern Ireland and then further showers into parts of Wales.

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“Brighter skies into the rest of Scotland and that results in clear skies overnight on Saturday.”

Sunday morning is expected to start of blustery in Scotland.

“Lighter” winds will be experienced in more southern parts of the country.

It could be “quite chilly” in some parts with “mist and fog patches”.

Nevertheless, Sunday will see a good end of the week with much of the country remaining dry and bright throughout the day.

Showers are expected around the coasts.

The Irish Sea and North Sea coasts are expected to be particularly affected.

A frost is expected to form on Sunday night as we head into next week.

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