After a pleasant afternoon in most places more dense fog is expected to build throughout the night. Dry but cloudy over the weekend.
Aidan McGivern's forecast for Wales.
After the wet winter we can enjoy a week of dry and settled weather
A good deal of fine weather around to start the day, just an isolated shower. However, as the day progresses, showers will become more widespread, some heavy with the risk of hail and thunder. Breezy at times, especially around coasts. Maximum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).
Showers in the east this evening, then rain is expected to spread form the southwest, heavy at times. Possibly becoming very windy through the early hours in the south. Minimum temperature 0 deg C (32 deg F).
Outbreaks of showery rain at times through the day, occasionally heavy, with snow mainly over the mountains. Rain eventually easing away by evening. Gales in the south during the morning. Maximum temperature 8 deg C (46 deg F).
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Saturday sunshine and showers in the north, perhaps some more persistent rain/snow in the south. Becoming drier and brighter on Sunday, but rain overnight clearing northeastwards on Monday.
Plenty of sunny spells this morning, with some scattered showers.
During the afternoon those showers will get heavier.
Top temperature 8C.
A dry start this evening, but rain will soon arrive from the west and spread to all parts by midnight, with gales for a time in exposure. This rain will continue to move eastwards, to clear most areas by dawn. Minimum temperature 4 °C.
Sunny spells and scattered showers on Thursday, which are likely to be heavy at times, with hail and thunder. More persistent rain, hill snow and strong winds likely Thursday night. Maximum temperature 10 °C.
A chilly but largely bright start. Then a breezy but mainly dry and fine day to follow, with bright or sunny spells and just the odd isolated shower possible, most likely towards the south coast. Maximum temperature 10 °C.
A dry start this evening, but rain will arrive in the west later on, spreading across all parts by midnight, with gales for a time in exposure. Clearing by dawn. Minimum temperature 4 °C.
A fine start to Thursday, but showers will quickly pile in from the west, heavy at times with the risk of hail and thunder. Showers likely to be wintry over hills. Maximum temperature 10 °C.
Bright spells for most of us this morning, with some cloud and showers in the North.
This afternoon will be brighter with plenty of sunshine around, but more rain on the way this evening.
Highs of 9C.
A bright and breezy start to the day with some fairly strong winds and showers.
More showers as we head into this afternoon, with the chance of some hail and thunder.
Highs of 9C.