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Derek Brockway Derek Brockway | 14:10 UK time, Friday, 14 May 2010

If you've got any plans for the weekend, Saturday looks the best day for a picnic, trip to the coast or a walk in the hills.

Any mist first thing on Saturday morning will clear, leaving a dry day with sunny spells. And after a chilly start with a local ground frost it will feel a little warmer than recently.

Top temperatures will be between 12 and 15 Celsius with a light to moderate west to north-westerly breeze.

Saturday evening looks dry but rain over Ireland will spread into Wales after midnight.

On Sunday morning, have a lie in because Sunday will start off wet and breezy. However, the rain will clear, leaving a much drier and brighter afternoon and evening - so some sunshine and just the odd shower.

Temperatures 12 to 15 Celsius with a moderate to fresh south to south-westerly wind veering west to north-westerly once the rain clears through.

Next week will be warmer but not completely dry. Fronts from the Atlantic will bring cloud in but with high pressure over us - there shouldn't be too much rain.

There are two walking fantastic festivals on in Wales this weekend:

The Prestatyn and Clwydian Range Walking Festival

Vale of Glamorgan Walking Festival with 20 walks to suit all abilities.





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