Tuesday 13 April 2010, 20:47
It's been another beautiful day in Wales with
bright skies and sunshine and a large range in temperatures too.
Hawarden in Flintshire the day started with a slight frost this morning
but by the middle of this afternoon the temperature had rocketed to 14
That's typical for this time of year - with warm, sunny afternoons followed by clear skies at night causing temperatures to plummet, bringing frost and havoc to the garden!
If you're hoping for a drop of rain, bad news I'm afraid as there
is no sign of any on the horizon. The weather is set to be fair over the next
few days with a ridge of high pressure over us.
If you've got any plans
for the weekend, at the moment Saturday looks fine and sunny but on
Sunday it may turn cooler.
Northerly winds will be bringing a big drop in
temperatures along with some frost and a few showers.
And for those of you with
green fingers, the BBC Dig In road show will be in Castle Square,
Swansea this Friday and Saturday, so pop along.
advice from the expert gardeners there, and pick up some free Dig In seeds as well!