Friday 16 November 2012, 15:31
Parts of north Wales enjoyed some sunshine this morning otherwise it's a dull, damp and misty end to the week. It'll feel chilly too so if you're out fundraising for Children in Need, or going to the rugby in Cardiff, make sure you wrap up warmly!
Also take extra care if you are travelling. Some rain and poor visibility is expected this evening and overnight with extensive low cloud and hill fog.Pentre Ifan cromlech (photo: Pete James)
Tomorrow will start dull, damp and misty but during the day it will gradually dry and brighten-up from the west. The sun will come out in the afternoon, visibility will improve markedly and apart from a shower in places it will be dry. Highest temperatures 8-10 Celsius with a west to north-westerly breeze.
Tomorrow night a few places will catch a shower otherwise it will be fine and with a clear sky cold. Temperatures will fall close to freezing with a widespread ground frost.
Sunday daytime will be mostly dry and bright with sunny spells; ideal for a walk on the coast, hill or mountains with good visibility. However, it will turn wet and windy overnight into Monday - strong to severe gale force winds in exposed places.
So make the most of the better weather over the weekend because next week looks much more unsettled. And then later in the month, there is hint of a change towards drier and more settled but potentially colder weather. I will keep you posted.