Conwy Weather update

  Posted: 01.03.21 at 13:12 by The Editor

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Frequently sunny, before turning cold and wet midweek.

Today:
A cloudy start in places with fog patches, mostly confined to the east of the country, lingering in the morning. Otherwise a fine and dry day with plenty of sun. Remaining mild, particularly under any sunshine. Maximum temperature 11 °C.

Tonight:
Fog reforms into the night, at first in the east but gradually moving westwards. Some coastal areas stay clear however, and here frost is likely to form. Chilly. Minimum temperature 0 °C.

Tuesday:
A fine day with plenty of sunshine for most, but a cloudy day with lingering fog for some eastern areas. Mild in the sunshine but feeling colder under any cloud. Maximum temperature 11 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Becoming cold and cloudy, with showers in the south Wednesday. Then turning drier Thursday, though still with some patchy light rain. Cloud cover then become patchy, giving sunny spells Friday.

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