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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for Wales

    Largely dry with bright or sunny spells today.

    Today:

    Southern parts will see some outbreaks of rain today with some snow on hills but for most it'll be staying dry with some bright or sunny spells. Maximum Temperature 8°C.

    Tonight:

    It'll be a rather cloudy night with occasional outbreaks of rain, particularly in the south. Any cloud breaks will allow a patchy frost or fog to form. Minimum Temperature -3°C.

    Sunday:

    Any rain will clear southeastwards, leaving a dry and bright day for many although there may be one or two wintry showers around, particularly in the north. Maximum Temperature 8°C.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Mostly dry with sunny spells during the day and widespread frost overnight. Rain will spread southeastwards overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, turning heavy and wintry at times with strengthening winds.

    Updated at: 0231 on Sat 13 Feb 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Mostly dry with some sunny spells. Wintry outbreaks in places.

    Today:

    Cloudy and rather windy in the south with outbreaks of rain turning to sleet or snow over high ground. In northern Scotland and northeastern England; rain, sleet and snow will slowly move southwards. Dry with sunny spells elsewhere.

    Tonight:

    Rain will continue in the south, turning wintry at times and wintry outbreaks will continue to affect northeastern England and northern Scotland. Elsewhere, clear spells will allow frost to form.

    Sunday:

    Rain in the south will slowly clear, leaving many places dry with sunny spells. However, wintry showers will continue along east and northeastern coasts, pushing inland at times. Feeling cold.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Wintry showers fading on Monday leaving some sunshine. Feeling cold with overnight frosts. Rain, wintry at times, will move southeastwards on Tuesday evening and through Wednesday with strengthening winds.

    Updated at: 0110 on Sat 13 Feb 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 18 Feb 2016 to Saturday 27 Feb 2016:

    On Thursday, a band of rain, and perhaps sleet and snow, will probably affect southeast England at first, but is likely to weaken and clear eastwards through the day. Elsewhere, after a frosty start, there will be plenty of sunshine, and some scattered wintry showers in the west. Thicker cloud, stronger winds and outbreaks of rain are then likely to spread in from the northwest through Friday, with snow possible in parts of the north, clearing to blustery showers later. Thereafter, the weather looks set to remain rather changeable. There will be some milder, wet and windy weather at times, with a risk of gales, perhaps severe in the north. However there will also be some clearer and frosty periods in-between weather systems.

    UK Outlook for Sunday 28 Feb 2016 to Sunday 13 Mar 2016:

    A continuation of the rather changeable weather looks the most likely trend at this stage, with winds predominantly blowing from the northwest. This means the wettest and windiest conditions will probably affect northern and western areas, with a greater likelihood of settled periods of weather in the south and east. There is a chance that a period of more widespread cold and settled conditions could develop around the turn of the month, however confidence in this is low. Temperatures probably averaging out near or just below normal. Some frosty nights are likely, but there could well be large day-to-day variations as weather systems come and go.

    Updated at: 0110 on Sat 13 Feb 2016

    Location Details

    Llwyngwril

    Location: 52.666, -4.0831

    Altitude: 26m above mean sea level

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