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

    Regional forecast for Wales

    Another frost for some this morning. Sunny spells later.

    Today:

    A frosty and murky start for some, particularly in the east, with any mist or fog lifting during the morning. Brighter elsewhere, with spells of sunshine developing, though the skies may cloud over towards the end of the day. Maximum Temperature 9 °C.

    Tonight:

    Another cold and frosty night for many but with largely cloudy skies, accompanied by isolated drizzle or light snow flurries and the risk of ice in places. Minimum Temperature -1 °C.

    Thursday:

    Cloudy to begin with, though the skies will gradually brighten through the day, allowing some sunny spells later in the afternoon. Windy, especially towards the coast and feeling very cold. Maximum Temperature 6 °C.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Outbreaks of rain gradually spreading eastwards on Friday. Heavy showers possible on Saturday, perhaps with the risk of thunder at times. Meanwhile, fine and dry on Sunday.

    Updated at: 0119 on Wed 25 Jan 2017

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Foggy, frosty start in the south today, milder in north.

    Today:

    A frosty, foggy start in central and south-eastern parts; this slowly lifting during the day. Elsewhere, mostly dry with some sunshine. Windy in the north and west with gales in the far northwest. Chilly for many, milder in the north.

    Tonight:

    Another cold and frosty night for many. Largely cloudy skies giving isolated drizzle or light snow flurries and the risk of ice in places. Windy in the north and west.

    Thursday:

    Cloudy at first for many, though the skies should gradually brighten through the morning, allowing some sunny spells during the afternoon. Windier than Wednesday and feeling particularly cold for most.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Becoming cloudier on Friday, dry for most but rain in the west later. Heavy showers possible on Saturday, with the risk of thunder at times. Fine and dry on Sunday.

    Updated at: 0120 on Wed 25 Jan 2017

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Sunday 29 Jan 2017 to Tuesday 7 Feb 2017:

    We are likely to see a gradual change to more unsettled conditions across the UK early next week, with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times, affecting northern and western parts, where it'll be mild and windy with gales possible in the north-west. Staying drier in the east and south-east, where some cold nights remain possible. Similar conditions are likely as we move through into the first week of February. Bands of rain will probably cross the country, interspersed with brighter and showery interludes. Windy at times, with gales likely in the northwest. The heaviest rain is also likely across northern and western parts. Temperatures are likely to be mild into the start of February, however there is a chance that the southeast may be drier and colder at times.

    Updated at: 1200 on Tue 24 Jan 2017

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 8 Feb 2017 to Wednesday 22 Feb 2017:

    At the start of this period the most likely scenario is for more unsettled weather with wet and windy spells interspersed with brighter and showery interludes. This would bring gales at times, especially in the northwest. Temperatures are likely to be slightly above normal for the time of year. South-eastern parts may well stay drier and brighter. From the middle of February, confidence in the forecast reduces but there is a possibility that high pressure will return, bringing more settled weather with lighter winds. As a result, temperatures may become colder at times, with overnight frost and fog again possible.

    Updated at: 1200 on Tue 24 Jan 2017

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    Rhinog Fawr

    Location: 52.84171, -3.99583

    Altitude: 734.0 m above mean sea level

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