Friday 19 November 2010, 16:31
After all the rain the weather has been much drier and calmer today with a few fog patches and some sunshine. Ideal for all the fundraising events taking place for Children in Need.
Over the weekend it's going to turn colder with an east to north-easterly breeze picking-up. Tomorrow rain in the south and southwest first thing will clear. Much of the country will then be dry and it should gradually brighten up with some sunshine. Temperatures will be lower than today, between 6 and 9 Celsius.
On Sunday a few showers are likely. These will be wintry on the hills and mountains. Some dry weather as well with the best of the sunshine in parts of the west and the northwest. Highest temperatures between 5 and 8 Celsius.
Next week will stay very much on the cold side: the odd wintry shower, sunshine at times and some frost too.
Lots of you are busy organising events this weekend. There's a Christmas Craft Fair at Ysgol Penmachno on Saturday and Sunday between 10am to 4pm. Everything you need for Christmas under one roof!
While The Parish of Neath are holding its Annual Winter Fayre tomorrow at St David's Church in Neath between 10am and 2pm. A wide variety of goodies will be on offer - including the Rector's famous chocolate stall!
Whatever you're doing, have a great weekend and stay warm! I'm off to watch Wales play Fiji at the Millennium Stadium.