Wet and windy on Sunday, with gales likely in coastal districts as Storm Freya hits Britain. Cold and often breezy, with frequent blustery, at times heavy, showers and some sunny spells.
London weather forecast for 6am on Saturday March 2
London weather forecast for 12pm on Saturday March 2
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UK outlook for Saturday March 2 to Friday March 15
A FINE day after some early rain. Turning wet and windy in Northern Ireland by the afternoon, spreading elsewhere by the evening, except southeast England.
Storm Freya brings rain and gales on Sunday, with a severe weather warning particularly for western England and Wales. Strong winds and wet conditions continue into Monday and Tuesday.
Blustery showers and sunny spells on Wednesday, with snow over northern hills. Drier in the east.
Wet and windy weather arrives from the west on Thursday, with coastal gales possible, and is likely to continue through the rest of the week with some drier, brighter spells in between.
Further strong winds and gales are likely in exposed areas, particularly in the northwest. Temperatures will be near or slightly below normal for the start of spring, with the risk of overnight frosts where skies clear.
Some snow could fall on high ground in the north, with the heaviest rainfall most likely in the northwest.
Saturday's temperatures for London
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