The weather lately hasn’t been what we hoped spring would bring with the weather being wet and cold.

However, this Easter weekend could bring some slightly brighter and warmer weather, not without some rain though.

Good Friday looks to start off cloudy with temperatures around 6C and 7C however rain is forecast from midday onwards and expected to be continuous until 7pm.

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Temperatures on Friday afternoon should reach highs of 11C and drop down to 8C into the evening.

Easter Saturday looks to be a drier day with the Met Office predicting cloud with sunny intervals and highs of 12C and lows of 8C.

Easter Sunday looks to be the warmest day however the top temperature will only be 13C and there will be lows of 7C in the early morning and late evening.

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There is a small chance of rain at around 4pm however this should clear within the hour.

Bank Holiday Monday is a similar story looking overcast with light rain predicted late afternoon.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “A mixture of sunny spells and blustery scattered showers for Good Friday.

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“These turning heavy and thundery at times. Temperatures around average. Maximum temperature 12 °C.

“Staying changeable through the Easter weekend, with scattered showers and sunny spells on Saturday. Turning drier on Easter Sunday with lighter winds.

“Uncertainty on Monday with rain or showers possible.”