BBC Weather WARNING: Low pressure to 'take control' of weather and unleash HEAVY rain

Weather forecaster Stav Danaos warned the weather will turn more unsettled over the Bank Holiday weekend, despite some sunshine for parts of southern England. For Saturday, the best of the sunshine will be across more southern and eastern areas where it could pick up to 23C. But a cooler feeling day for the rest of the UK, particularly towards the evening, across Scotland.

Mr Danaos said: “It turns quite damp into Saturday evening. And overnight more weather fronts start to push in, bringing further rain to northern and western areas and eventually reaching much of northern and western England as well.

“But again, much of the Midlands and the southeast will tend to stay dry and rather breezy and cloudy. And it is going to be quite a mild night for most.

“So, temperatures in double figures for most places.”

He added: “As we head on into Sunday, low pressure well and firmly in control of our weather, bringing further rain at times

“It’s going to be quite breezy too, particularly as this cold front moves through.”

The area of low pressure will cause Scotland to face the worst of the weather on Sunday. But the BBC forecast warned the weather system England and Wales will eventually push in.

He said: “It will bring some wet weather to much of Scotland. England and Wales eventually reach East Anglia and the southeast as we head on into Sunday afternoon. But behind it skies brighten up nicely.

“Yes, there will be one or two showers around but at least some sunshine towards the end of the day.

“It will be quite breezy and feel cooler here and eventually we will start to see the cooler air reaching the southeast.

“So highs probably early on around 20C or 21C. But that cold front moves through and introduces the cool air thanks to this brisk northwesterly wind.”

Further damp weather will continue on Monday as an another weather feature causes much of the country to face downpours.

Mr Danaos said: ““So, showers or longer spells or rain across Scotland. But I think for much of Northern Ireland, England and Wales, it is a day of sunshine and showers. Some of these showers will be frequent and heavy across western areas.

“But further east you are, the better chance of staying dry and seeing the best of the sunshine. Cooler for all though, 10C to around 17C or 18C across the southeast.”

The rest of next week is set to remain unsettled and cool with sunshine and showers, according to the forecaster.

The Met Office has also warned there will be a north-south split over the course of the weekend, with miserable weather in the north and sunshine in the south.

Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said: “It’s really a north-south split during Saturday evening.

“The rain is going to pep up a bit as we go into Sunday across Northern Ireland again early on.

“We’ll see the rain becoming more extensive through parts of Wales, the Midlands and northern England.”

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