A dry night for Children in Need

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We're enjoying a welcome break from the bad weather today with some sunshine for a Children in Need but its only a brief respite because there is more wet and windy weather on the way!

Some rivers remain swollen with several flood warnings and flood watches in force.
Showers will clear this afternoon to leave a fine evening with a few mist and fog patches forming.

Most places will be dry overnight but a little rain will reach South Wales by the end of the night. The wind slowly picking up after midnight with lowest temperatures around 4 Celsius in Denbigh.

The satellite image shows an area of low pressure to the left hand side which will bring heavy rain to Wales tomorrow.

Saturday - Rain in the South will spread across the rest of Wales during the morning. The rain becoming persistent and heavy with extensive hill fog.

20 to 40mm of rain are expected, about 1 to 2 inches with a risk of localised flooding and poor travelling conditions.

Top temperatures around 15 Celsius and windy. The South to South-Easterly wind will be strong to gale force with gusts of between 50 to 60 mph.

If you're heading to Cardiff for the rugby tomorrow at the Millennium Stadium allow extra time for your journey. There will be a lot of surface water and spray on the roads.

Saturday night - The rain will clear, followed by more showers.

Sunday - Will be windy and feel a lot cooler. There may be a few bright intervals but also plenty of showers and longer spells of rain - some heavy. Top temperatures 9 to 11 Celsius with a strong to gale force South Westerly wind.

I'm afraid the unsettled weather is expected to continue into next week.


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