UK weather: Showery in the northwest, drier elsewhere
Most areas dry with sunny spells and cloud bubbling up through the day, probably sunniest in the southeast
Most areas dry with sunny spells and cloud bubbling up through the day, probably sunniest in the southeast. Northern Ireland and much of Scotland breezy and cloudier with some showery rain at times.
Northern areas breezy and often cloudy, some showery rain, mainly across west Scotland. Mostly dry in south with variable cloud and clear spells
Dry and fine in south with hazy sunshine for most. Very warm in southeast. Cloudier in north with occasional rain across northern and western Scotland, though eastern areas staying dry.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Mainly fine and warm, locally very warm, with sunny spells. A few showers in the far north Saturday, then showers or rain, some heavy, in the south Sunday or Monday.