With high pressure in charge the days ahead remain largely dry and settled
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James Wright's weather forecast for Wales.
It is going to be rather cloudy at first but some bright or sunny spells are set to develop through the day. Many places will stay dry, with only a few showers around. Maximum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).
It is set to be a dry night across Wales. Temperatures are going to drop under the clear spells allowing some frost, ice and patchy fog to form. Minimum temperature 1 deg C (34 deg F).
It is likely to be rather cloudy although there should be some bright spells. Many places will stay dry, with just a little light rain possible, mainly in the north. Maximum temperature 10 deg C (50 deg F).
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Breezy and cloudy on Thursday and Friday with some light rain or drizzle at times. Further rain may push in from the southwest on Saturday.
It will be a mixture of sunshine and showers today, possibly wintry over high ground early on. Some showers will be heavy, dying away during the evening. Maximum temperature 6°C.
During the afternoon, a band of more persistent and occasionally heavy rain will move eastwards across the country. The rain should clear from the west towards the evening. Windy. Maximum temperature 10°C.
Any rain across eastern areas will quickly clear eastwards. Then most places should be drier and clearer for a time, before scattered showers, some heavy, feed into coastal areas later. Minimum temperature 0°C.
A cold and frosty start, then a largely dry day with light winds, sunny spells and isolated showers. Showers may be heavy at times, especially around northern and eastern coasts. Maximum temperature 8°C.
It will stay mainly dry with clear spells, although cloud will increase from the west during the early hours. Occasional drizzle is likely by morning, with brisk winds. Minimum temperature 1°C.
Rather cloudy in the morning with patchy light rain. Strong winds and more persistent, heavy rain will spread eastwards in the afternoon though. Gales are possible around coasts. Maximum temperature 9°C.
Outbreaks of rain and hill snow will continue this morning but should clear to the east by the afternoon, and winds should also ease. Mostly clear conditions are expected by the evening. Maximum temperature 8 deg C (46 deg F).
It should be mostly dry with clear spells, light winds and occasional showers. Temperatures will fall below freezing, giving frost, patchy ice and fog. Minimum temperature -2 deg C (28 deg F).
A cold start but a largely dry day with bright or sunny spells and occasional showers. Winds will stay light. Maximum temperature 7 deg C (45 deg F).
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
A drier interlude of weather on Sunday but turning wet and windy later, with hill snow. This clearing to sunshine and showers thereafter, some heavy with further hill snow likely.