High pressure building from the south

Wednesday 7 March 2012, 10:43

Behnaz Akhgar Behnaz Akhgar

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It's hard to believe this was the scene yesterday with a bright and frosty start to the day:

Frosty morning in the Neath valley by Mike Davies.

A frosty morning in the Neath valley by Mike Davies.

Today however the sunshine has replaced by wind and rain, although there's a chance of seeing the frost returning on Thursday morning for some parts of Wales.

Tonight the cloud and rain will be clearing to reveal starry skies with west to north westerly winds.

If you live in a sheltered area away from the wind, there's a good chance of a few frosty patches and icy conditions as the temperatures dip away.

High pressure is building from the south but it's a gradual process and will really help to settle things down through the weekend with warmer and drier air taking charge.

There are still spits and spots of rain possible from Thursday to Saturday but by Sunday it's looking dry and mild.

Early indications are that we may just hang on to the settled weather, well into next week and with the nights staying lighter for longer, means we can head out for nice walks or bike rides and get fit in time for summer!

Behnaz

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    Congratulations on your new weather blog. I've already subscribed to your RSS feed as I like to get my weather and news on-line. Blogging about the weather is a great way of giving us a more detailed forecast, as well as complimenting your @behnazakhgar tweets. Looking forward to a Sunday *hike* up the mountain (get fit in time for summer), settled weather next week and Spring time. Thanks.

 
 

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