1. ITV Report

A weekend of two halves

For around 4 hours today it was raining in every corner of Wales, and whilst Saturday is looking like a drier and brighter affair it won't be long before more wet weather arrives. In fact the end of the weekend is looking very wet and windy with a Yellow warning in force for strong winds across the northern coastal areas including the whole of Anglesey.

Overnight into Saturday the rain takes its time to clear away from the south and east of Wales. Behind the rain band we see the cloud breaking to leave clear spells. It will be cool in places with lows of 8C

Saturday will be a generally dry and bright day with plenty of sunny spells around. There will be some showers around the coast during the early part of the day before coming more scattered later on. Temperatures will top-out at a cool feeling 14-15C, northerly breeze will do little to make things feel any warmer.

Saturday night into Sunday will see the showers die off and we'll see temperatures falling to 6C, possibly low enough for a touch of ground frost in rural parts.

Sunday sees heavy and persistent rain pushing across Wales. The winds will increase to gale force around the coast. We could see gusts in excess of 60mph in places. Given that the trees are still in full leaf, we could see a number of branches down.