- Today , , Light Cloud , High 6°C 43°F Low 1°C 34°F Wind speed 6 mph 10 km/h West South Westerly
- Fri , , Light Rain , High 4°C 39°F Low 1°C 34°F Wind speed 14 mph 23 km/h Westerly
- Sat , Light Cloud , High 5°C 41°F Low 2°C 36°F Wind speed 5 mph 8 km/h Westerly
- Sun , Heavy Rain , High 11°C 52°F Low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 14 mph 23 km/h South Westerly
- Mon , Light Cloud , High 8°C 46°F Low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h West South Westerly
- Tue , Light Rain , Likely high 10°C 50°F Likely low 9°C 48°F Wind speed 12 mph 19 km/h South Westerly
- Wed , Heavy Rain , Likely high 11°C 52°F Likely low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 17 mph 27 km/h South South Westerly
- Thu 25 Jan , Light Rain Shower , Likely high 7°C 45°F Likely low 2°C 36°F Wind speed 11 mph 18 km/h South Westerly
- Fri 26 Jan , Sunny Intervals , Likely high 7°C 45°F Likely low 2°C 36°F Wind speed 10 mph 16 km/h East South Easterly
- Sat 27 Jan , Light Cloud , Likely high 7°C 45°F Likely low 4°C 39°F Wind speed 12 mph 19 km/h South South Westerly
High 6°C 43°F Low 1°C 34°F
An icy start for some in the north with sleet or snow in places. It will be windy, though this will ease through the day. There will be sunny spells and frequent wintry showers, some turning heavy at times.
Wintry showers will continue overnight, most frequent and heavy across northern and western parts. Otherwise it will be dry and cold, with frost and ice in places.
Met Office warnings issued for Powys
Yellow warning of iceUpdated 18 January at 10:57
- 1900 on Thu 18 January
- 1000 on Fri 19 January
Icy stretches are expected to form on Thursday night lasting into Friday morning.
There will probably be some ice on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths leading to some injuries from slips and falls.In addition rain, hail, sleet and, over higher ground, snow showers will continue to push across Wales and western England with some small accumulations over the higher ground of Wales. These may lead to some difficult driving conditions in places and some longer journey times.
Issued by the Met Office