Easter Weekend continues chilly pattern

We continue to be stuck in a pattern of generally settled weather, but with temperatures pegged several degrees shy of where we'd expect them to be at the end of March.

There's no change on this Easter Saturday. The rest of the day sees some decent spells of spring sunshine but rather chilly.

Today may feel a little less cold, a drop off in the breeze away from the south and west will make the 6-7 Celsius that's on offer feel reasonably pleasant, particularly in the sunshine.

Tonight the cloud will break to clear skies, inland the wind dies down too. Generally temperatures fall to -2 or -3C. But in some spots we could get as low as -7C so frosty. Last night Trawscoed fell to -6.4C. Southern and western coasts are further from the high and will see stronger breezes.

After losing an hour's sleep thanks to clocks going forward for British Summer Time we'll be waking to another fine spring day. Spring-like with the exception of the temperatures. Another cold start. Highs creeping up a notch to 6-8C, in the sun and out of the breeze that should feel quite nice!