Wales

There is more rain on the way this afternoon and tonight for mid Wales and the south.

The rain will be heaviest in southern counties with around 20mm possible in Bridgend, the Vale of Glamorgan and the Cardiff area.

The rain will clear later in the night and Saturday promises to be a decent day; dry and bright with sunny spells.

Temperatures after a chilly start should reach highs of 13 or 14 Celsius in the afternoon with mainly light winds.

Tomorrow night will be dry and clear with a few mist and fog patches forming as well.

Temperatures in the towns and cities will drop to between 4 and 7 Celsius but in the countryside it will be colder with a widespread ground frost.

On Sunday morning mist and fog patches will lift leaving a dry day with some hazy sunshine.

However, cloud will increase and rain will spread from the south-west during the evening, overnight into Monday.

Some heavy rain is likely along with fresh to strong winds and the Met Office has issued a yellow alert.

The weather this weekend will be ideal for heading out and enjoying the autumn colours.

If you take a photograph, please send it to me either by email to dereksdiary@bbc.co.uk or via twitter @derektheweather.

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