The UK will be largely dry and sunny on Sunday but clouds will remain, offering milder temperatures before rain sweeps in overnight.
Many skies will look clear tonight but chillier temperatures will come into play, for most of England, Wales and parts of Scotland.
Northern parts of the UK will see showers, whereas Northern Ireland will see overcast skies.
High pressure is slipping southwards next week, and from Monday, it will turn breezier in the north-west of the UK.
Light showers will also be pushing in from tomorrow, although it'll remain dry for much of England and Wales.
Frost and patchy fog with low cloud forming in places will aid the colder mercury. In some lucky places, there will be brief sunshine tomorrow.
Moving onto Tuesday, the high pressure will slide southwards, states BBC weather, and increase wind across Britain.
The weather will also get gradually wetter as the days following, with the north-west expecting a band of rain to push in on Tuesday.
Although, it will remain largely dry in further south and east.
From Wednesday, a weak band of rain is predicted to spread into eastern areas and bring further showers in the north-west.
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Brits can expect wet and windy weather throughout on Thursday, sparking a contrast to the mild and dry weather seen this weekend.
Temperatures aren't forecast to reach higher than 8C on Sunday, according to the Met Office.
The south will see the best of the warmer temperatures, with areas of central Scotland barely reaching past 2C and 3C in the early morning.
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Winds, moving at around 19 mph in the south will make it feel colder.
In Scotland, Brits can expect strong gusts of 38mph in northern parts and 42mph on the coast, with the average just under 30mph.
The warmest part of the week is predicted to be Monday afternoon, with most places in the UK ranging between 9C to 11C.
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Dry and sunny weather is expected over the East weekend, and by that time, Brits will be able to meet outdoors in groups of six.
Temperatures could be around the 12C mark, which is average for this time of year, states the long-range forecast from the Met Office.
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