UK weather: Dry spells break through Storm Barbara before lashings of rain

Dry spells will be scattered across the country today in a pleasant break from yesterday's flooding.

Storm Barbara battered Britain on Wednesday with flash flooding and 65mph winds.

But the yellow weather warnings move aside this morning, with calm conditions expected.

As the morning gets underway, there is patchy rain expected, largely in north-east Scotland.

There is also expected to be some rain stretching across northern England in a band from west to east.

However, whatever rain remains across the UK is expected to clear in most regions of the country.

There will be highs of 13C down in London and the south-east of England.

The farthest reaches of Scotland will experiencing highs of 9C, the Met Office says.

The south-west and north-east of England will have highs of 12C, while midland and north-western regions will peak at around 11C.

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Outdoorsy types will only have a few hours to enjoy the sunshine, however, with more miserable weather set to hit this weekend.

Heavy downpours and blustery winds will once again return on Saturday.

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