IF you are keen to get out for some fresh air, there will be some dry spells this weekend.

Saturday morning will be dry, but there will be rain throughout the afternoon and overnight.

But it will be cold, with the highest temperatures reaching just 13°C.

On Sunday, there will be patches of rain throughout the day, but there will be drier, brighter weather.

Yet it will be colder than Saturday with temperatures ranging between 9°C and 11°C - so make sure you wrap up warm.

Next week, sunny spells are expected, as well as fog and morning frost.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "Monday will see generally fine and settled conditions. However, clear spells and light winds provide potential for fog patches and morning frost.

"For the remainder of November, conditions will begin to become more widely settled, especially across the south and east where there will be an increased risk of slow clearing morning fog."