Rain focused in northwestern areas today. Drier in south.
Heavy rain will again affect northwest Britain, roughly from north Wales northwards, heavy over hills. Much less rain east of hills, while southern areas stay dry although turning cloudier. Fairly mild by afternoon but strong to gale winds offsetting this.
A weakening rainband will sink south, this dividing mild, windy, cloudy conditions in the south, from windy, showery, colder weather further north. Some and ice and snow for Scottish hills.
Light rain clearing the south, leaving all parts windy with bright or sunny spells and scattered showers. Heaviest, most frequent showers towards the northwest, where snow likely, mainly on hills.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Unsettled with strong winds, spells of rain, and showers in the north which will be wintry at times. Often mild in the south, colder further north.