Drier weather ahead

Thursday 14 February 2013, 16:22

Derek Brockway Derek Brockway

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The weather has improved just in time for Valentine’s Day with some sunshine and a few scattered showers. 

There was even a taste of spring in Swansea today with a high of 11C, 52F at  Mumbles Head.

Sea heart A heart of foam off the north Pembrokeshire coast by Dawn Gibbons.

You can see more amazing Valentine’s Day photos in today's gallery on BBC News.

I think the best place tonight for a cwtch will be indoors! As although dry, it will turn chilly with a touch of frost.

Tomorrow will be dry and settled thanks to a ridge of high pressure.

Any morning mist will soon clear leaving a fine day with more sunshine than today - ideal for doing some work on the farm or in the garden.

Top temperatures 7 to 10 Celsius and with light winds feel it will feel very pleasant in the late winter sunshine.

Tomorrow night most of the country will stay dry with mist and fog patches in the Marches with some ground frost.

However, later on it will cloud over with spots of drizzle in western parts of Wales after midnight.

On Saturday the north west and Anglesey will be dull and damp for a while but elsewhere it will be dry, with plenty of cloud but it should brighten-up in places.

Sunday will be a breezier day, especially in the south west but dry but it should be sunnier than Saturday with respectable temperatures for the time of year.

Into next week and it looks like there is more dry weather to come.

It will be breezy at times with some sunshine and frost and temperatures will gradually fall.

Later in the week, though it may turn much colder with easterly winds. This is not definite yet but something to bear in mind.

In the meantime, enjoy the dry weather over the next few days - I think we deserve it after such a long winter!

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