It looks like we won’t be seeing much of the sun this weekend.
Northants meteorologist Paul Barber from Forecasts4u has provided this forecast exclusively for the Northants Telegraph.
Saturday: A lot of cloud is expected across the county but there will be some bright or sunny intervals developing at times.
On the other hand the thickest of the cloud could bring the odd shower but these won’t amount to much.
Maximum temperatures of 7°C (45°F) but feeling colder than recently with a moderate easterly wind.
Saturday night: Apart from the odd light shower, most places will be dry with a few clear spells but overall a lot of cloud will continue to hang around.
Minimum temperatures of 1°C (34°F) with moderate easterly winds continuing.
Sunday: Another chilly day with generally cloudy skies and limited bright or sunny spells.
A few showers are possible, especially in the east.
Maximum temperatures of 7°C (45°F) while easterly winds will be moderate in strength.
Next week: A lot of dry and cloudy weather to start the week before conditions start to turn somewhat more changeable from the southwest.
Early outlook for the partial solar eclipse: Early signs aren’t that promising for the solar eclipse on the morning of March 20 with unsettled weather currently looking more likely.
Finer details such as cloud amounts will become clearer during next week though.