Treorchy (Rhondda Cynon Taff) weather

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Seven day forecast for Treorchy

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Headline:

A wet outlook, with frequent rainfall and few dry interludes.

Today:

Overnight rain continues into the day, spreading eastwards and turning heavy at times and wintry over any hills. This weakens into the afternoon, becoming dry for some. Feeling mild, despite some light winds. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Tonight:

Daytime rain continues to weaken, turning the region mostly dry, with some isolated fog patches possibly developing. Into the early hours some further outbreaks of rain return in the south. Minimum temperature 2 °C.

Wednesday:

A cloudy day, with patchy rainfall in the south, heavy at times. Drier to the north. Further rain then arrives from the southwest in the evening, covering the whole region. Maximum temperature 9 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Showery Thursday morning, then turning dry briefly before further rain arrives during the night. Drier Friday, though patchy rain and showers continue for some. Dry, bright and cold Saturday.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

After a very cold but bright start to Sunday, rain will move in from the west later. Going into next week, unsettled conditions look likely to dominate, with low pressure systems moving in off the Atlantic. The weather will be changeable. Periods of rain or wintry showers, and strong winds are likely, especially in the west, with brief more settled spells in between. Westerly or southwesterly winds during this period will bring milder temperatures to most areas, but occasional interludes of cold northerly winds are possible. It will be on this boundary between colder and milder airmasses where any snowfall to lower levels could possibly occur. Towards the end of this period, we may see high pressure build over the north of the UK, bringing colder temperatures and wintry outbreaks.

Updated:

Although confidence at this range is low, current signals suggest that high pressure could be positioned over the north of the UK during this period. This would likely bring wintry outbreaks and colder than average temperatures to northern areas, as well as increasing the likelihood of more widespread cold spells. Any periods of milder, unsettled weather are more likely to be confined to central and southern areas, where greater than average rainfall is predicted. There is a continued risk of significant snowfall events on the boundary between colder and milder airmasses, with snow possible to low elevations.

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