Mostly staying dry but rather cloudy. Possible brighter spells in northwest. However, rain likely across southern Wales later in the afternoon, possibly becoming heavy at times. Feeling cooler than of late, with cloudy skies and a brisk northeasterly wind. Maximum temperature 15 deg C (59 deg F).
A cold, perhaps frosty start then another dry and fine day with plenty of sunshine. Somewhat cloudier conditions are likely to spread from the east in the afternoon. Winds will be light and it will feel warm in the sun. Maximum temperature 13 deg C (55 deg F).
A dry and fine day with plenty of strong sunshine. Winds will be light and variable and it will feel warm. Maximum temperature 13 deg C (55 deg F).
A chilly but bright start to the bank holiday weekend with plenty in the way of sunshine expected today.
Any mist or cloud will clear to leave a pleasant day. The best of the brightness likely to be in the south and south east.
A rather cloudy day with some patchy rain at times, especially in the morning and across the hills. Later in the afternoon, cloud will break up to give some brighter spells and many places will be dry by the evening. Maximum temperature 16 deg C (61 deg F).
Plenty of cloud around tomorrow morning with the best of any brightness to start the day in the south and the east.
Thick cloud likely to linger along Cardigan Bay and the North Wales coast.
A few showers are likely to spread throughout the day although they will be fairly light and patchy.
Any rain and cloud clearing away by early evening.