It's time to dig out the shorts and flip-flops! Miserable May will turn into marvellous May this week.
High pressure looks set to bring most of us a taste of summer with plenty of sunshine and becoming warmer too.
The highest temperature recorded in Wales so far this year was in Porthmadog in Gwynedd, 22.2 Celsius, 72 Fahrenheit on March 24, but I think somewhere will beat that this week.
Our hot, Midwestern summer has been tempered over the past few days by a northerly flow, ushering cool Canadian air into the region. A high pressure ridge over the West Coast, which is bringing hot weather from the Southwest deserts... Read Post
The weather has been dry and settled recently with high pressure bringing us plenty of sunshine and frosty conditions over the weekend. You'll be pleased to know that Aberporth in Ceredigion was the sunniest place in Wales yesterday... Read Post