Saturday isn’t looking too promising, says Pitsford Hall Weather Station.
If the morning starts dry, it won’t stay that way for long with showery outbreaks of rain moving up from the south fairly soon.
These showers could linger on throughout much of the day, finally dying out by the evening.
It will be a noticeably cooler day with highs reaching 14C. Winds though will remain light.
As skies clear overnight into Sunday and the breeze drops still further, temperatures will fall quite sharply to about 7C, lower in rural spots.
It will be fine through Sunday morning with some sunny spells. However, cloud and outbreaks of rain, turning heavy, will move up from the south from late afternoon.