CLOUDIER weather is being predicted by the Met Office for Wales for the rest of this week.
Tonight (Monday, April 18) we should see most areas have a fairly cloudy evening and night and there’ll still be a few showers.
The best of any clearer intervals are likely to develop in the south, according to the Met Office. Minimum temperature is forecast to be 4 °C throughout Wales.
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Tomorrow (Tuesday, April 19), will be a rather cloudy day with a few showers developing, which could turn heavy briefly.
It will feel pleasantly warm though in any brighter breaks with a maximum temperature of 14 °C being forecast.
Outlook for Wednesday (April 20) to Friday (April 22) is; Wednesday will bring bright spells and the odd shower.
It will turn cloudier during Thursday (April 21) and Friday with the odd spot of rain, and a cool easterly wind will develop.
Forecats for Saturday (April 23) to Monday (April 25):
Mainly dry to start this period, with cloud likely thickening in the far south allowing for some rain here. This rain looking to shift northwards with time, with northeastern and northwestern areas remaining driest for the longest. However, no heavy rainfall is likely, with any showers looking to be light.
Generally light winds for most, perhaps breezy in the persistent easterly flow in the south and west, particularly at the start of the period.
Could see temperatures slightly higher than of recent to start the week, tending to decrease over the subsequent days.