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Wales regional forecast

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Cardiff Light shower day 51.488 -3.187
St David's Cloudy 51.881 -5.265
Newtown (Powys) Cloudy 52.512 -3.312
Pembroke Cloudy 51.673 -4.908
Swansea Cloudy 51.621 -3.942
Aberystwyth Cloudy 52.415 -4.082
Caernarfon Light rain 53.139 -4.273
Builth Wells Sunny intervals 52.15 -3.402
Llandovery Cloudy 51.996 -3.801
Bala Mist 52.917 -3.583
St Asaph Light rain 53.258 -3.442
Wrexham Light rain 53.043 -2.991
Carmarthen Cloudy 51.857 -4.315
Cardigan Cloudy 52.083 -4.66
Monmouth Cloudy 51.816 -2.713
Barmouth Cloudy 52.723 -4.055
Holyhead Light rain 53.309 -4.632
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Benllech Cloudy 13 °C
Tywyn Sunny intervals 15 °C
Cardiff Light shower day 15 °C
St Mellons Golf Club Heavy shower day 14 °C
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Llwynderw Cloudy 12 °C
Lledr Valley Youth Hostel Cloudy 12 °C
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  • UK 5 days
  • UK 6-30 days

Regional Forecast for Wales

Headline:

Some warm sunshine but some thunderstorms too.

Today:

It will be a warm day with sunny spells and light winds, but there will be thundery showers around too, perhaps most frequent across the north of the country this afternoon. Maximum temperature 25 °C.

Tonight:

Thunderstorms may well continue across north and northeast Wales through the night but it should be dry elsewhere. Temperatures will stay in double figures. Minimum temperature 13 °C.

Monday:

Another warm day with sunshine breaking through the cloud for many. There may be scattered thunderstorms but far fewer than on Sunday. Maximum temperature 26 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Some more showers are expected on Tuesday and Wednesday, possibly thundery, but Thursday currently looks the driest day. It will remain warm.

Updated: 02:54 on Sun 27 May 2018 BST

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Headline:

Scotland and Northern Ireland fine. Thunderstorms further south. Warm.

Today:

A fine day across much of Scotland and northern England, with much less coastal mist and low cloud. Elsewhere, very warm and humid with sunshine and thunderstorms, these mainly from Wales to southeast England. Feeling cool along eastern coasts.

Tonight:

A few thunderstorms continuing along a line from north Wales to southeast England. Mostly dry elsewhere and fairly warm. Low cloud returning along northeastern and some English Channel coasts.

Monday:

Mist and low cloud should burn back to the coast leaving some warm sunshine for many; very warm across southern England. Some further thunderstorms around but more isolated than Sunday.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Sunshine and further thundery showers, gradually creeping further north day on day. Western Scotland seeing the driest and sunniest weather throughout. Warm or very warm away from eastern coasts.

Updated: 02:18 on Sun 27 May 2018 BST

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Thursday 31 May 2018 to Saturday 9 Jun 2018:

Towards the end of next week and into the weekend, there will be a good deal of dry, fine and sunny weather across the UK. However, some mist and low cloud may affect eastern coastal districts, but also some sunny spells. There is the risk of heavy showers and thunderstorms developing, mainly across central and southern areas. Staying very warm for most, but perhaps cooler along east and northeastern coastal areas. For the rest of the period, there will probably be a good deal of dry weather with sunny spells, best of which is likely to be in the north. However, it will probably turn more changeable across the UK with rain or showers developing quite widely, with temperatures falling closer to the average during early June.

UK Outlook for Sunday 10 Jun 2018 to Sunday 24 Jun 2018:

Confidence remains low through June, however there are signs that it may become more widely changeable across the UK. This will bring more frequent spells of rain or showers. However there are likely to be drier and more settled periods for most areas too, particularly from mid June onwards. Temperatures are likely to be near or slightly above average on the whole, with the potential for some warmer spells, more probable towards the end of the period.

Updated: 02:18 on Sun 27 May 2018 BST

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