Dry, settled and largely fine with light winds.
This Evening and Tonight:
Some evening sunshine is likely for most and with clear spells lasting into the night a frost is likely in places. However, cloud will gradually increase from the east. Winds will be light. Minimum temperature 2 °C.
A fairly cloudy start but cloud will break up to leave another dry day. The best of the sunshine will be in the north and west. Maximum temperature 13 °C.
Updated: 1558 on Mon 10 Mar 2014
Forecast for Brecon Beacons National Park for Monday
After a rather grey and damp start, early hill fog will lift and cloud will break at times to leave a dry day, with light winds and some sunny spells.
Updated: 0936 on Mon 10 Mar 2014
Forecast for Snowdonia National Park for Monday
After a rather grey and damp start, any remaining hill fog will soon clear to leave a dry day, with light winds and plenty of sunshine.
Updated: 0933 on Mon 10 Mar 2014
Forecast for Pembrokeshire Coast National Park for Tuesday
A chilly start but dry, settled and largely sunny throughout the day. Winds will be light and variable.
Updated: 1520 on Mon 10 Mar 2014
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Largely dry and settled with sunny spells and light winds for most. Mild by day but cold nights likely with the risk of patchy fog.
Updated: 1558 on Mon 10 Mar 2014"
UK Outlook for Saturday 15 Mar 2014 to Monday 24 Mar 2014:
It should stay settled in the south of the UK during the weekend but further north it is likely to be cloudier and breezier with outbreaks of rain, particularly the northwest. Temperatures will generally be on the warm side, especially in the east, but frosts are possible in places overnight. During the following week high pressure shows signs of declining to the southwest with more unsettled conditions in northern parts of the UK. Outbreaks of rain and hill snow are more likely and could spread southwards with time. It will become windier for many too, and there are signs of a downward trend in temperatures with overnight frost likely. By the end of the week unsettled conditions may affect much of the UK, with brisk winds and temperatures below normal.
Updated: 1401 on Mon 10 Mar 2014"
UK Outlook for Tuesday 25 Mar 2014 to Tuesday 8 Apr 2014:
The current trend is for fairly typical conditions for the end of March and into April, with a changeable mixture of weather and a cold feel at times. As such, some spells of wet and windy weather should be expected, these most frequent in the north, with the risk of hill snow. However, there will also be drier and brighter interludes, with the best of these to the south and east. Temperatures are likely to be near normal or below, especially in the north, and any clearer nights will be rather cold with the risk of frost.
Updated: 1157 on Mon 10 Mar 2014"