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Watch this weekend’s weather forecast: Drier and calmer

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 January 2018

As summer gave way to autumn last weekend, warm sunshine greeted those who enjoyed a Sunday at the walled garden in Valentines Mansion for the Best of the Music Fest, staged by Redbridge Music Lounge and the Green Fair Music Club. Curragh, the Irish traditional folk band had the audience tapping their feet and clapping their hands, whilst the plants and shrubs showed off an array of autumnal colours.

As summer gave way to autumn last weekend, warm sunshine greeted those who enjoyed a Sunday at the walled garden in Valentines Mansion for the Best of the Music Fest, staged by Redbridge Music Lounge and the Green Fair Music Club. Curragh, the Irish traditional folk band had the audience tapping their feet and clapping their hands, whilst the plants and shrubs showed off an array of autumnal colours.

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Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

A dry and bright Saturday with pockets of brief sunshine, before Sunday gets wetter.

Snow is possible across the north-west of the country.

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