Long stretches of dry weather between Friday and Sunday will be interrupted by a few showery intervals across nearly all of the United Kingdom.
Temperature will remain near to somewhat below normal for the time of year. For London, this would be about 21 degrees Celsius.
Owing to stubborn high pressure southwest of Ireland, the driest weather will tend to favor the southern two-thirds of England along with Wales, where there may be no more than the odd shower.
The London area is most likely to have a shower on Saturday afternoon.
More frequent showery outbreaks will happen over Scotland and the North of England, as a result of low pressure.