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    • Regional
    • UK 5 days
    • UK 6-30 days

    Regional forecast for Wales

    Mostly dry today but turning wet and windy overnight.

    Today:

    It will turn increasingly cloudy from the west today but it should stay dry and the odd brighter spell is still possible. Winds will be light and westerly. Maximum Temperature 9C.

    Tonight:

    Patchy rain may affect the country at times during the night, with low cloud mist and fog becoming widespread. Winds will strengthen with coastal gales possible by dawn. Minimum Temperature 5C.

    Saturday:

    A band of rain will sweep across all parts during the morning, clearing by midday, but a few showers will follow during the afternoon. Very windy throughout with gales possible. Maximum Temperature 13C.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Unsettled and very windy with gales possible. Spells of rain are likely on most days but there should be some brighter interludes too. Often feeling cold in the wind.

    Updated at: 0245 on Fri 27 Mar 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Becoming increasingly cloudy, wet and windy from the west.

    Today:

    It will become increasingly cloudy from the west, with patchy rain across far southwestern Britain, along with increasing hill and coastal fog. Showers, some heavy, will affect the far northwest. Mainly dry and bright in the east.

    Tonight:

    Wet and windy weather will spread eastwards overnight, affecting northern Britain especially with heavy rain and gales. Low cloud, mist and fog will become more widespread across the south.

    Saturday:

    It will stay very windy, with severe gales possible across the north of the UK. Further heavy rain is likely but it should clear in the afternoon with showers following.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Unsettled and windy with further outbreaks of rain, especially in the west. Some brief brighter interludes are likely though. Markedly colder across northern Britain on Tuesday with snow showers.

    Updated at: 0236 on Fri 27 Mar 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 31 Mar 2015 to Thursday 9 Apr 2015:

    Unsettled, generally windy with a risk risk of gales, or severe gales, in the north and west, especially Tuesday. A rain band will clear southeastwards through Tuesday, followed by sunshine and blustery showers, most frequent in the northwest where they could turn wintry. Drier Wednesday, although further wind and rain likely returning from the west. Temperatures mild in the south, but colder in the north. Then generally remaining changeable through the remainder of next week and into Easter with spells of wind , rain and showers, mainly across northwestern parts, interspersed by drier brighter conditions, particularly in the south. Showers in the north, possibly wintry over hills at times. Temperatures near average in the south but below in the north with overnight frosts likely here, possibly locally in the south also.

    UK Outlook for Friday 10 Apr 2015 to Friday 24 Apr 2015:

    The changeable period will probably continue, with unsettled conditions interspersed with some spells of fine weather. Current indications are that westerly regime will persist allowing showers or longer spells of rain to affect the UK at times, with northwestern parts likely seeing the most frequent bouts of unsettled weather. There will likely be some drier, more settled periods too, predominantly across the south and east; but across all parts at times. There will therefore probably be a wide range in temperatures with some warmer days, but also some cold nights, with a continued risk of frosts; especially in the north. By mid-April, signals become very uncertain.

    Updated at: 1154 on Thu 26 Mar 2015

    Location Details

    Pembroke

    Location: 51.6731, -4.9084

    Altitude: 9m above mean sea level

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