You will have to take your chances this weekend. There weather looks mixed with further bands of rain and blustery winds whirling about. There will be brighter bits in between with sunshine and showers some the west. There is a coolness with the damp air, overnight temperatures are dipping away a bit more this weekend, but pulses of warmer air still push up from the south lifting the daytime temperatures well into the teens.
November has been mild so far. This weekend will feel cooler comparatively, but it won’t be until next weekend that winter will be in the air. There are signs that it will turn much colder in the north and then chillier everywhere after that.
The increasingly powerful Jetstream nudges southwards into next week, its zonal flow keeping the UK in a mostly westerly influence. Already there have been bands of heavy rain sweeping in from the Atlantic and these continue. Always wettest for Ireland, Wales, western Scotland and NW England, sometimes SW England too. Further east particularly for SE Britain it is drier and not as windy. With this pattern, everything stays mobile, no stagnating weather patterns except the ongoing unsettledness.