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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for Wales

    Rain at times, especially the southeast. Brighter in the northwest.

    Today:

    There is likely to be a good deal of cloud around today, thickest in the southeast, where outbreaks of rain are possible at times. Drier and brighter in the northwest, but the odd spot of rain possible just about anywhere. Maximum Temperature 18°C.

    Tonight:

    Rain is likely to become more widespread and persistent overnight, though still some places will remain dry. The heaviest bursts are likely in the south and east. Minimum Temperature 12°C.

    Monday:

    Probably a fairly damp morning, but it should tend to become drier and brighter from the west through the afternoon. However, a sharp shower is possible in any afternoon brightness. Maximum Temperature 19°C.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Sunshine and showers throughout the period, though the showers probably becoming fewer and lighter later in the week. A cool northerly wind develops, though feeling pleasant in any sunshine.

    Updated at: 0357 on Sun 30 Aug 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Pulses of heavy rain in the south. Showers further north.

    Today:

    Sunshine and showers in the north; the latter mainly across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Cloudier further south with showery outbreaks of rain, but perhaps drier and warm across southeast England for a time, before pulses of heavy rain arrive later.

    Tonight:

    Much of England and Wales, bar the far north, will see further rain overnight, some will be heavy and perhaps thundery in the southeast. Clearer with isolated showers further north.

    Sunday:

    A rather unsettled and wet day across England and Wales with outbreaks of rain, although western peripheries should gradually brighten up. Brighter across Northern Ireland and Scotland with scattered showers.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Northerly winds will bring sunshine and showers through the period, some heavy and locally thundery on Tuesday. Turning chilly by night with a touch of frost possible in rural locations.

    Updated at: 0359 on Sun 30 Aug 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 3 Sep 2015 to Saturday 12 Sep 2015:

    The gradual change to more settled conditions across the UK continues with plenty of dry and bright weather across much of the UK through the weekend, however there will still be the odd shower around at first, especially towards the southeast. The mostly fine and dry weather is expected to continue through until the middle of September, however there is a risk that more unsettled conditions, with further spells of rain, could push into northwestern parts early next week. Temperatures on the whole will be slightly below average, although it will feel pleasantly warm in the sunny spells and light winds. Overnight temperatures throughout the period are likely to be on the chilly side, with a risk of localised rural frost and fog patches, mainly in the north.

    UK Outlook for Sunday 13 Sep 2015 to Sunday 27 Sep 2015:

    The generally settled and fine conditions are expected to continue across Southeastern parts of the UK through much of September, with plenty of dry and sunny weather, and only a low risk of short lived spells of cloud and rain. In contrast it is likely to remain on the unsettled side in the Northwest for the majority of the month, with occasional bouts of rain and strong winds likely. Temperatures will generally be around average in most parts, but feeling warm under any prolonged sunny periods in the Southeast by day, with some chilly nights in the North.

    Updated at: 0359 on Sun 30 Aug 2015

    Location Details

    Wrexham

    Location: 53.0428, -2.9911

    Altitude: 79m above mean sea level

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