It will be wet and windy this evening and through much of tonight with some heavy rain at times.Read the full story ›
It will be a bright start to Saturday, with some sunny spells. However, cloud and rain will reach the far west by late-afternoon.Read the full story ›
Showers will become confined to northern parts through the course of the night, with clear spells developing elsewhere.Read the full story ›
The Met Office says it has received unconfirmed reports of a tornado in Newport.
It says a squally band of rain is likely to have generated the weather phenomenon.
A squally band of rain was reported to have generated a tornado earlier this morning on the northeast side of Newport.
In these very unstable weather situations large thunderstorms are generated which can be accompanied by large variations in wind speed and direction with height through the cloud mass.
When this happens the air can start to rotate to generate the funnel cloud (a tornado not reaching the ground), which can extend down to the surface to give the official tornado.
Scattered blustery showers will continue this afternoon especially in the north and west, heavy at times. Drier and brighter elsewhere.Read the full story ›
Heavy rain during the morning will ease to leave scattered showers and some decent spells of brightness.Read the full story ›
Showers this evening with heavier and more persistent rain arriving overnight. A wet start tomorrow but improving during the afternoon.Read the full story ›
A cool and breezy afternoon with a risk of showers along the North Wales coast. Rain expected to reach northwestern parts this evening.Read the full story ›
A largely dry expected with just a risk of showers along the North Wales coast. Winds will remain fairly strong.Read the full story ›
Rain clearing this evening to leave a dry night. Winds expected to be fairly strong especially along the coast.Read the full story ›