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Calm and quiet overnight!

by Ruth Wignall

Tonight: It will be a pleasantly warm and mostly sunny evening and it will stay dry with largely clear skies overnight. Patchy low cloud developing in places later in the night. Minimum Temperature 11C.

Tuesday: Some sunshine in eastern areas at first, but tending to cloud over in most places with some patchy rain developing across Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy. Feeling warm in any sunshine. Maximum Temperature 25C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Mostly dry on Wednesday and Thursday with variable amounts of cloud and occasional sunny spells. Feeling warm in light winds. Scattered showers on Friday with a freshening southwesterly breeze.

Hot and bothered? This may be the forecast for you!

by Ruth Wignall

Today: Often rather cloudy at first this morning with a scattering of showers and these may be locally heavy. Becoming drier this afternoon with any showers becoming isolated and increasing amounts of sunshine developing. Feeling warm in a light northwesterly breeze. Maximum Temperature 24C.

Tonight: It will be a pleasantly warm and mostly sunny evening and it will stay dry with largely clear skies overnight. Patchy low cloud developing in places later in the night. Minimum Temperature 11C.

Tuesday: Some sunshine in eastern areas at first, but tending to cloud over in most places with some patchy rain developing across Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy. Feeling warm in any sunshine. Maximum Temperature 25C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Mostly dry on Wednesday and Thursday with variable amounts of cloud and occasional sunny spells. Feeling warm in light winds. Scattered showers on Friday with a freshening southwesterly breeze.

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All change on the weather front this week!

by Ruth Wignall
Clouds gathering!
Clouds gathering over Milford Haven! Credit: Jason Davies

Today: Often rather cloudy at first this morning with a scattering of showers and these may be locally heavy. Becoming drier this afternoon with any showers becoming isolated and increasing amounts of sunshine developing. Feeling warm in a light northwesterly breeze. Maximum Temperature 24C.

Tonight: It will be a pleasantly warm and mostly sunny evening and it will stay dry with largely clear skies overnight. Patchy low cloud developing in places later in the night. Minimum Temperature 11C.

Tuesday: Some sunshine in eastern areas at first, but tending to cloud over in most places with some patchy rain developing across Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy. Feeling warm in any sunshine. Maximum Temperature 25C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Mostly dry on Wednesday and Thursday with variable amounts of cloud and occasional sunny spells. Feeling warm in light winds. Scattered showers on Friday with a freshening southwesterly breeze.

Chance of showers in the north, fine elsewhere

It'll be a generally fine day across Wales today particularly in the east, although there is a chance of showers in the north.

Highs of 20 degrees Celsius by the coast and 25 or 26 degrees further inland.

Rain may develop further in the evening with temperatures dropping to around 14 degrees.

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Weather warning upgraded to Amber

by Kate Lewis
Weather Warning
The Met Office has upgraded tomorrow's weather warning to amber Credit: Met Office

The Met Office has upgraded tomorrow's weather warning.

An amber weather warning has now been issued by the Met Office and will be valid from 00:15 - 23:45 on Saturday to 23

Several areas of heavy, thundery showers will develop throughout Wales from Friday night before moving northwards during Saturday.

Not everywhere within the warning area will see thunderstorms, and indeed some spells of warm sunshine are expected at times, but where thunderstorms do form, some torrential downpours are likely with frequent lightning, large hail and locally strong gusts.

At present, more westerly counties still remain on a yellow warning.

Significant flooding is possible where these do occur from surface water as well as from small, fast-responding watercourses.

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