IT'S set to be a weekend of mixed weather in North Wales as the wait for the summer continues.

Tomorrow (Saturday) will see heavy rain showers in the morning turn lighter in the afternoon, with sunny intervals predicted.

It will feel chilly, with highs of 14 degrees - but what will feel like 10-12. 

Saturday's weather forecast. Saturday's weather forecast. (Image: The Met Office)

The outlook for Sunday is much improved - with sunny spells and warmer temperatures expected.

A few light showers are possible during the morning and early afternoon, BBC Weather said. 

According to BBC Weather, current chilly and damp weather is down to the jet stream - fast moving wind high in the atmosphere - which is positioned to the south of the UK.

As the jet stream is the dividing line between Arctic air to the north and tropical air to the south, its position is key for our weather.

Since the start of June the jet stream has been positioned to the south and can typically bring areas of low pressure to the UK.