The rain in the west will soon move eastwards to all parts and be heavy at times.Read the full story ›
The patchy rain will gradually ease, turning dry for most by the small hours.
Skies will stay overcast though with some hill fog, and the winds will ease.
Remaining frost free, but further rain in the far west by dawn.
Minimum temperature 3 deg C.
Strong gusty winds especially across western areas with severe gales. Otherwise, bright and sunny with more cloud spreading later.Read the full story ›
A cold and mostly cloudy night, with further outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow in places. Becoming windy, especially over higher ground.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow 'be aware' weather warning of wind for Monday 13 February. Very strong and gusty easterly winds are expected to affect parts of west Wales tomorrow.
Gusts to 50 to 60 mph will affect some locations, with possible localised gusts of 70 to 75 mph to the west of mountains.
Some disruption to travel, both road and ferries, seems likely. The warning is valid from 3am - 10pm tomorrow.
While wind gusts of 60 to 75mph quite often occur across west Wales, the unusual wind direction may add to impacts.
This is the type of situation where gusts will vary markedly between nearby places, and through the day.
- Isle of Anglesey
Today will feel very cold with a biting north-easterly wind and the possibility of a few sleet or snow showers.Read the full story ›