Friday 21 January 2011, 13:46
The weather has been very quiet and settled this week thanks to an area of high pressure and as a result - we've enjoyed plenty of blue sky and sunshine, but the nights have been cold with plenty of hoar frost.
Last night the temperature at Llysdinam near Newbridge on Wye dipped down to -9 Celsius making it one of the coldest places in Britain!
Plenty of Hoar Frost and mist today in Rossett, Wrexham. Photo by Lisa Jones.
There have also been a few freezing fog patches in places which have been slow to clear and lingering all day in some parts of the country.
Sunset at Worm's Head taken on 19 January 2011 by Ian.
A north to north-easterly breeze will bring more cloud which means less fog and frost but we'll also have less in the way of sunshine.
The latest weather chart from the Met Office showing high pressure over Wales.
Next week high pressure will give way slightly and north-westerly winds will bring cloud and a little light rain at times but only small amounts.
At the moment, it looks like January will end on a dry note with high pressure giving a dry and settled start to February.
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