Weekend sporting weather

Friday 12 February 2010, 15:17

Derek Brockway Derek Brockway

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It's been a cold week here in Wales but at least it's been dry most of the time with some sunshine to cheer us up and the days are slowly getting longer too.

Over the weekend, the weather is going to be fairly quiet. If you're unlucky you might catch a light shower of rain or a snow flurry but most places will remain dry with some sunshine and frost. Any mist and fog patches will lift around mid to late morning.

Swansea City are at home to Newcastle tomorrow and it promises to be a nice afternoon at the Liberty Stadium - fine and sunny.

Top temperatures 6 Celsius with a chilly north easterly breeze. Full commentary on BBC Radio Wales, live text commentary online and score updates on BBC Sport website.

If you're off to Cardiff to watch the rugby at the Millennium Stadium, the weather looks dry. After a cloudy start it should brighten up with some sunshine.

Temperatures peaking at 6 Celsius with a cold breeze from the north east. You can watch the game live on BBC One Wales (also online, 1330-1555 GMT).

Sunday is St.Valentine's Day, and it's not looking too bad for a romantic stroll. If you fancy listening to some romantic tunes then visit the BBC Wales music website for 12 of the best Welsh love songs.

I wouldn't rule out a light shower but most of Wales dry. The best of the sunshine in the south and west. Temperatures 3 to 6 Celsius with light winds.

Next week will bring a change. Turning more unsettled. Low pressure bringing some rain and sleet and a risk of some snow too, mainly on the hills and mountains but not exclusively!

Have great weekend.

Derek

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    Comment number 1.

    Yet another met office foul up,Derek forecasts for sunday ''most of wales dry,but he wouldnt rule out a shower'',the reality here in North west wales for sunday,rain and mist from 10.30 am on lasting all day?,the forecast on the midnight news sat night also gave a dry day with a small chance of a shower?,why cant they get it right?,all the technology,but they still get it wrong.

 

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