After a sunny and pleasant afternoon the temperatures are going to tumble this evening and overnight. Eastern counties could see some ground frost as temperatures fall below freezing
Also, the Met Office has again issued a yellow warning as more dense fog is expected, especially over lower lying ground. Visibility could be reduced to below 100 meters at times, and locally less than 50 meters.
Tomorrow morning, the fog should clear more quickly than it did today as the wind is set to be a little stronger leaving a rather grey and cloudy day in the west. The best of the brightness in the east with temperatures around Newtown and Welshpool reaching highs of 16 degrees centigrade, 61 Fahrenheit.
Over the weekend, there should not be any need for an umbrella as it's expected to stay dry throughout the country. A more northwesterly wind will mean it feel a little cooler.