- Tonight , , Heavy Rain , Low 7°C 45°F Wind speed 3 mph 5 km/h Easterly
- Tue , , Thick Cloud , High 12°C 54°F Low 10°C 50°F Wind speed 17 mph 27 km/h West South Westerly
- Wed , Light Cloud , High 12°C 54°F Low 9°C 48°F Wind speed 16 mph 26 km/h South South Westerly
- Thu , Heavy Rain , High 10°C 50°F Low 2°C 36°F Wind speed 10 mph 16 km/h West South Westerly
- Fri , Light Cloud , High 9°C 48°F Low 7°C 45°F Wind speed 12 mph 19 km/h South South Westerly
- Sat , Heavy Rain , Likely high 11°C 52°F Likely low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 21 mph 34 km/h South Westerly
- Sun , Light Cloud , Likely high 10°C 50°F Likely low 7°C 45°F Wind speed 12 mph 19 km/h South Westerly
- Mon 7 Dec , Light Rain , Likely high 11°C 52°F Likely low 7°C 45°F Wind speed 20 mph 32 km/h South South Westerly
- Tue 8 Dec , Light Rain Shower , Likely high 9°C 48°F Likely low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 17 mph 27 km/h South Westerly
- Wed 9 Dec , Light Cloud , Likely high 9°C 48°F Likely low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 15 mph 24 km/h South South Westerly
Low 7°C 45°F
This Evening and Tonight
Winds will ease by evening with the rain becoming patchy and lighter later tonight and increasingly confined to the south. However, into the early hours rain and wind will once again move in from the southwest.
Met Office warnings issued for Powys
Yellow warning of windUpdated 29 November at 10:58
- 0900 on Mon 30 November
- 1800 on Mon 30 November
Southwesterly winds will increase later on Monday morning, with gales extending eastwards across Wales along with much of southern and central England, and severe gales likely on exposed western and southern coasts. Gusts of 50 mph are likely inland whilst gusts of 60 mph will affect some exposed coasts in the west and south. Winds will will gradually ease from the west on Monday afternoon.
Please be aware of the risk of localised disruption to travel.
Yellow warning of rainUpdated 30 November at 11:34
- 1200 on Mon 30 November
- 1200 on Tue 1 December
The rain currently falling over much of Wales and northern England is expected to persist through the rest of today and into Tuesday morning, although the rain will ease for a time overnight over northern England. Highest rainfall totals are expected to be across high ground. With the ground saturated over much of this region, rivers are expected to rise in response.
This is a further update to the warning issued yesterday, to realign the areas currently considered most at risk, and to adjust the expected amounts and timings. Please be aware of the potential for disruption from flooding.
Issued by the Met Office