Friday 2 March 2012, 09:22
It was a dry St. David's day across much of Wales yesterday although it wasn't sunny everywhere and like today, many places woke up to fog making for some tricky driving conditions during rush hour.
The air over us currently has come from the tropics and yesterday Cardiff was the warmest place in Britain with temperature of 16 Celsius recorded at Bute Park which is more like May than February and 7 or 8 degrees above the late February average.
At this time of year there can be big changes in temperature. During the night if the sky stays clear it can turn cold with a risk of frost, mist and fog but by the afternoon it can be pleasantly warm with sunshine and gentle breezes.
We'll see more dry weather today and plenty of sunny spells once the mist and fog lift. Unfortunately over the weekend, the weather will turn more unsettled.
Saturday will be breezy with rain first thing but it should clear and brighten-up with some sunshine and the odd shower.
The forecast for Sunday is more uncertain as it all depends on the track of an area of low pressure moving in from the Atlantic.
At the moment, Sunday could turn out wet with some heavy rain and turner colder too. Some of the rain could turn to sleet and snow, especially on higher ground before it clears.
Next week looks colder with some fine weather, sunshine and frosts.
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