The cold weather is going to stay with us over the weekend. I can't promise wall to wall sunshine, there is more cloud on the way, but much of the country will stay dry thanks to high pressure. Some frost is likely with night-time temperatures falling as low as -2 to -5 Celsius. The odd fog patch possible too. Temperatures during the day will remain below average, between 1 and 4 Celsius, with a light to moderate east to north-easterly breeze.
If you're an early riser, the international space station will be going over tomorrow morning. Look for a bright star-like object. It will appear in the WSW at 06:54, cross the sky and then disappear in the East a few minutes later. The space station travels at over 17,000 miles per hour and is over 200 miles high. At the moment, there are 6 astronauts on board - give them a wave - you never know they may see you!
Sunday generally cloudier. The odd spot of drizzle is possible in the east otherwise it will be dry. A few or bright or sunny intervals are likely in places, mainly in the northwest. Cold with light winds, highs between 1 and 4 Celsius.
Monday will be dry but a change of month will bring a change in the weather. Tuesday will turn milder and breezy with some rain.
By the way, Llangunnor Carbon Zero Project are having an Open Day at Llangunnor Primary School, near Carmarthen tomorrow between 11am and 3pm. Find out about the Community Council's project to create a Carbon zero community and improve the local environment. All can help by volunteering to plant trees at Llangunnor Park on Saturday 5th February. A total of 2000 trees are to be planted in various locations in the community during February.
Have a good weekend