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A cold, dry and bright start for most, with good sunny spells. However cloud will bubble up bringing scattered showers by around midday, some briefly heavy with hail. Showers and sunny intervals this afternoon then drier again this evening. Chilly. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.
Dry and cold at first through to early hours, then a band of rain moves east to all parts later overnight with freshening winds raising temperatures before dawn. Minimum Temperature 2 °C.
Rather cloudy and rainy start, though rain eases and leaves a drier spell through the afternoon, some limited brightness. Then some heavier rain Sunday night. Notably milder than recently. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
A spell of heavy rain early Monday morning then sunny intervals and blustery showers, these occasionally heavy during the afternoons. Wednesday rather cloudier with some rain. Still feeling rather cold.
Updated at: 1057 on Sat 30 Apr 2016
A chilly start followed by a bright day with sunny spells for most but showers will gradually spread south-eastwards across the UK, with hail and thunder possible across eastern parts. It will be less windy and feel warmer too.
Showers will die out leaving many places dry and cold, with patchy frost and fog across southern and eastern Britain. It will turn wet and windy across the north-west though.
Rain will continue slowly south-eastwards during the day, easing and fragmenting with time, however, southeast England should stay dry. It will be windy for most.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Rain will clear to blustery showers on Monday, with these showers easing during Tuesday. Further wet and windy weather is expected across north-western Britain on Wednesday. Temperatures nearer normal.
Updated at: 0231 on Sat 30 Apr 2016
UK Outlook for Thursday 5 May 2016 to Saturday 14 May 2016:
A north-south split is expected on Thursday and Friday, with brisk winds, showers or longer spells of rain in the north and drier, sunnier and much warmer conditions in the south. Through the weekend and next week, occasional spells of rain and drier, brighter interludes are expected for the west and southwest. Eastern and northeastern parts are likely to see plenty of dry and bright weather, but with a risk of thundery showers in southern parts at times. Overall, temperatures are expected to be near or a little above average, but the north may see temperatures a little below average at first. In the south temperatures may be well above average at times, giving a much warmer feel than of late.
Updated at: 1210 on Sat 30 Apr 2016
UK Outlook for Sunday 15 May 2016 to Sunday 29 May 2016:
Through the second half of May, the most likely scenario is for unsettled weather across western parts, with showers or longer spells of rain but also some bright or sunny spells too. The best of the drier and brighter weather should be across the east, but there remains a risk of rain or perhaps thundery showers at times. Temperatures are likely to be close to or a little above average, particularly at first, so it will feel warm on the sunnier days, especially in the southeast.
Updated at: 1208 on Sat 30 Apr 2016
Kildrummy Castle Gardens
Location: 57.2303, -2.9128
Altitude: 312.0 m above mean sea level