It'll be breezy at times in the afternoon as the sky turns partly cloudy.
The hot weather is set to continue in Sussex this weekend with temperatures reaching 22 degrees today. Cooler to start off the work week with highs Monday closer to 60.
Overnight temperatures in the Valley should bottom out Saturday at 65 degrees.
She said that the top temperature for this Good Friday was 24.5C at Wisley in Surrey, ahead of plenty of varied sunshine for the rest of the UK. So, you will want to have the jacket this morning with temperatures in the upper-30s to low-40s.
We'll see some sun and clouds on Sunday, with a good chance of showers into the afternoon and evening, although we won't encounter heavy rain during that period.
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Meanwhile, northern parts could experience more unsettled weather. Winds tomorrow will be generally light, coming from the southwest. However, it will stay cloudy in West Connacht and west and north Ulster with some light rain or drizzle there along the coast. By midweek a slow moving storm system will spread showers and storms back across the area.
Finally, Sunday looks like it will be dry in many areas, according to the national forecaster.
The west and midlands promise the best bets for bouts of hazy sunshine and temperatures nudging 21C or 22C today.
After a few storms during the night, we're seeing a brief break from the rain early this Saturday morning.