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Drying out, for some!

by Ruth Wignall

Today: Outbreaks of rain will gradually weaken and clear to the south through the day with drier and brighter conditions following into many areas. It will feel warm where sunny spells develop. Maximum Temperature 20C.

Tonight: It will be a dry end to the day with some evening sunshine. It will remain dry overnight, and with lengthy clear spells and light winds, it will be chilly. Minimum Temperature 6C.

Wednesday: A dry and bright start with sunny spells. Through the afternoon, cloud will start to thicken from the south with winds strengthening, and rain arriving in the southwest by evening. Maximum Temperature 20C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Rain quickly clearing to sunshine and scattered showers on Thursday. Remaining generally unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain on Friday and Saturday. Windy.

Cloudy overnight with outbreaks of rain. Wet and windy tomorrow.

This Evening and Tonight: A breezy night with outbreaks of rain, possibly heavy at times, spreading northeastwards. Rain will ease briefly during the early hours, before more heavy rain and occasional hill fog reaches southwestern areas by dawn. Minimum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).

Monday: Unsettled with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times, spreading northeastwards and turning breezy across northwestern parts. These conditions clearing south Wales , to bring blustery showers and brighter spells later. Maximum temperature 19 deg C (66 deg F).

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Rain will clear to the south, with winds easing during Tuesday. Drier and brighter conditions follow into Wednesday, although with further isolated showers. Wind and rain possibly returning Thursday.

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It's set to be a rainy Bank Holiday Monday in Wales. Credit: PA

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Another dry but chilly night ahead

This Evening and Tonight:

Isolated showers will continue overnight, mainly in northern and western coastal areas. However it will be mostly dry with increasingly prolonged clear spells. With the northwesterly wind gradually easing, it will lead to a rather chilly night. Minimum temperature 5 deg C (41 deg F).

Saturday:

A generally fine day with frequent sunshine. Whilst the northwesterly breeze could bring the occasional sharp shower into North Wales from the Irish Sea, most places should stay dry. Maximum temperature 17 deg C (63 deg F).

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

A dry and cool start on Sunday, but increasingly cloudy with rain by evening. Windy with rain, heavy at times, through Bank Holiday Monday. Rain easing to showers on Tuesday.

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A very good morning to you!

by Ruth Wignall

Thursday: Generally dry and bright and feeling warm with light winds and some long sunny periods. The best of the sunshine is likely towards the end of the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 20C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday: Some sunshine Friday but also some showers, especially in the east. More unsettled Saturday with showers, heavy at times and sunny intervals. Further showers Sunday, perhaps wet and windy later.

A calm and quiet night!

by Ruth Wignall

Tonight: Mostly dry with some late warm evening sunshine and clear spells overnight. With light winds too, the odd patch of mist and hill fog could develop. Minimum Temperature 13C.

Thursday: Generally dry and bright and feeling warm with light winds and some long sunny periods. The best of the sunshine is likely towards the end of the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 20C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday: Some sunshine Friday but also some showers, especially in the east. More unsettled Saturday with showers, heavy at times and sunny intervals. Further showers Sunday, perhaps wet and windy later.

Warning! Heavy rain on the way!

by Ruth Wignall

Today: A mostly dry and bright start, although cloudier across the southwest with one or two showers. These will then spread northeastwards during the day, with a mixture of brighter spells and isolated showers for all parts by the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 21C.

Tonight: Rain will spread northeastwards during the evening, turning persistent overnight with heavier bursts likely at times. This clearing most places shortly after dawn, with drier and brighter conditions following. Breezy. Minimum Temperature 14C.

Wednesday: A grey and damp start for many, although rain will soon clear northeastwards. Turning brighter from the southwest during the morning, with some warm sunshine, but also isolated showers. Breezy. Maximum Temperature 22C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Sunny spells on Thursday, but also isolated showers. Breezier, with further showers and perhaps more persistent rain on Friday. Turning drier and brighter during Saturday.

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