Strong winds will challenge golfers at St. Andrews again on Saturday, but rainfall should not as much of a problem.
Low pressure that produced stormy conditions Friday will linger north of the U.K. Saturday. Strong southwest winds wrapping around the low will affect Scotland Saturday.
Winds will average 20 to 40 km/h from the southwest Saturday. Sunny periods are expected. However, there will be odd showers, especially during the morning.
The highest impacts across the U.K. from Saturday's low pressure will be across Scotland. The weather will be much more settled across England and Wales.
London will have a pleasant day Saturday with extended sunny periods and lighter winds. The high temperature will be 22 C.
Ireland will not fare so well. The next disturbance will bring bouts of rain to Dublin. Cool temperatures are expected with a high of just 17 C.
The disturbance bringing rain to Ireland on Saturday will quickly move across the U.K., but rain will linger into Sunday morning across Scotland, again affecting play at St. Andrews.
Much of Scotland, including Fife, could get a showery start to next week as another area of low pressure tracks west and north of the British Isles on Monday.