The forecast hasn't quite gone according to plan today with rain on the North Wales coast and in North East Wales.

The rain will slowly ease and move away this afternoon with a few showers following. Further south and west - drier and brighter with some sunshine and a scattering of showers.

Top temperatures 5 to 8 Celsius with a brisk west to south-westerly wind making it feel chilly.

It should be dry in Cardiff for the rugby this evening. The wind easing with temperatures around 6 Celsius.

Tonight dry and clear for a time with a slight frost in Mid and North Wales. The wind falling light. However, more rain and showers will spread from the south after midnight.

Lows of 4C in Swansea, - 2C in Wrexham, 1C in Aberystwyth.

Tomorrow morning plenty of cloud with a few showers. These wintry on high ground but during the afternoon most places should become dry and brighter with some sunshine.

The wind lighter than today with highs between 6 and 9 Celsius.

Sunday looks much more unsettled. Cold, wet and windy and some heavy rain with a risk of localised flooding.

Some sleet and snow is possible too, especially on high ground and in
North Wales. Highs 4 to 7 Celsius with strong to gale force north to north-easterly wind.

Latest from the Met Office

So a cold and miserable end to February but the weather should cheer up on Monday for St. David's Day!

Turning drier and brighter with some sunshine. The wind dying down with highs around 8 Celsius.


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