According to the Met Office, the rain will begin from around 9pm on Saturday night and will get much heavier into the evening. The showers will continue in to Sunday morning and continue throughout the day until around 6pm.
The heavy rain and gales come as the remains of Storm Debby sweeps in from the Atlantic. The US storm, which formed 1,200 miles east of Boston earlier in the week, did not hit the US mainland. But fierce winds reached 60mph, and it is still expected to bring weather chaos here.
Along with the rain, temperatures will also drop following on from the warmth the heatwave has brought us.
At around 10pm on Saturday temperatures will fall to 16 degrees, and it will not warm up again until 2pm on Sunday when the heat increases to 20 degrees.
A spokesman for the Met Office said: “After a chilly start, Saturday will be largely dry.
“There will be plenty of sunshine at first, and it will be a rather warm afternoon.
“However, cloud will gradually increase from the southwest. Patchy rain arriving during the early evening with maximum temperatures of 22 degrees.
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“Tonight it will be a cloudy and increasingly humid evening and night with outbreaks of rain feeding across the region from the southwest, some perhaps heavy.
“It will be much milder than Friday night with a minimum temperature 14 °C.”
Not to worry though as despite the 24 hours of rain predicted across our region this evening and tomorrow, the glorious sunshine will make a return.
Next weekend the Met Office has said the heatwave will be back and forecasters predict it will remain until the end of the summer.
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