1. James Wright

Turning brighter but remaining showery

There was plenty of rain around last night, enough for some reports of localised flooding. Many parts of Wales saw around an inch of rain last night with Capel Curig seeing about 2 inches. As a result the ground is once again waterlogged.

This afternoon sees brighter but showery weather moving in.

The showers could turn out to be heavy in places leading to a further risk of local flooding. Highs of 10C but the fresh winds will make it feel much cooler and temperatures may actually fall through the rest of the day.

Tonight showers continue but the colder air means that these could turn wintry. Any heavier showers could be wintry down to just 200m above sea level. Even though it's very windy it will be very cold with lows of 2C. In sheltered spots this could lead to icy patches.

Sunday starts bright and showery with heavy rain moving in from the west later in the day. A yellow comes back in to force to be aware of rain. Local flooding will once again be a threat with waterlogged ground barely recovering from last nights rain.