Met Office Forecast
Sunny spells and one or two showers. Rain overnight.
It will be a largely dry morning with spells of sunshine. Cloud will build through the afternoon as showery rain pushes across the country. Breezy, but feeling less cold. Maximum Temperature 10C.
Lighter showers will continue in parts through the evening. Becoming cloudier with outbreaks of rain overnight. Winds easing throughout the night. Minimum Temperature 4C.
An overcast morning, with light rain across the majority of the country, particularly the west. Winds beginning to strengthen again. The afternoon should be drier, but still cloudy. Maximum Temperature 10C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Rain on Friday, which will clear later in the day. Remaining dry with bright spells on Saturday, before further rain on Sunday morning. Windy throughout, with coastal gales possible.
Day 6-7 and Week 2:
After a wet and windy day Sunday, the beginning of next week will remain unsettled with outbreaks of rain or showers. Thereafter, we should see the dominance of high pressure across the UK. This will allow a shift towards more settled conditions with a good deal of sunshine across most parts. Northern and eastern areas are likely to start this period cold with a chance of wintry showers, these likely falling as snow to relatively low levels at times. Towards the end of next week, the settled weather will spread further east with plenty of sunny spells by day and a risk of frost by night. Following this, it looks to stay mostly dry but it may turn increasingly cloudy towards the middle of February with possible overnight fog.
Week 3 and 4:
This period seems to trend towards a more typical northwest/southeast divide. The southeast should hold on to the drier and calmer weather for a while longer with a continued risk of overnight frost and fog. Further north, it will turn increasingly unsettled with outbreaks of rain and strong winds at times. Temperatures will gradually return towards normal, but will remain a little below average during the settled spell in the south.
Met Office : Wales : 2020-01-29T02:57:05