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A new month, a new thread, please feel free to discuss the BBC Wales Weather Forcasts in here.

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1st November 2004 - Derek Brockway :)

Colder later in the Week

October Summary - 318mm of rain in Llanfynydd (Carmarthenshire) , 240mm Average for Wales, Wet but not as wet as 2000.

There will be a change on the way as the High Pressure pushes away.

Tonight is set to be Dry and Cloudy, but mist may form in cloud breacks , Temps 7-10c.

Tomorrow Damp in the E to start, and bright in the West, howver the damper Weather over E Wales is set to push West in the Afternoon. Temps 10-12c.

Wednesday set to be showery, Temps 12-13c.

Thursday Clear and Bright with Northerly Winds 11-12c with Good Sunny Spells.

Friday Sunny over all of Wales, Temps 11-12c.

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2nd November 2004 - Derek Brockway

Tomorrow - Another Cloudy Day Tomorrow, Temps 10-13c.

Tomorrow Night - A Cold Front is set to push South, bringing light rain, and Colder North Westerlies to follow.

Thursday - After some early showers move away from the SE, it should be a dry day with Good Sunny Spells in the West, and Good Bright spells in the East. Temps 11-12c.

Friday - Dry and Bright with good Sunny Spells, Temps 10-12c.

Friday Night - Ground Frost Possible

Outlook - Turning Cloudier and Milder for the weekend.

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3rd November 2004 - Derek Brockway

Today - It was Dry in South Wales, with a maximum temp of 15c in Cardiff.

Tonight - A Cold front will push South tonight bringing rain for a time but turning clearer and drier later, Temps 5-10c.

Tomorrow - A Bright or Sunny Day but it should be dry, Temps 10-13c.

Friday - Dry and Bright with good Sunny Spells, Temps 10-12c.

Saturday - It will be damp in the North, as a weather front pushes down down over the UK brushing N Wales, but South Wales is more likely to be under the influence of High Pressure and it should be brighter here, Temps 12c.

Sunday - Again Dry and Bright in the South, More Cloud in the North, Temps 12-13c.

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4th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

Tonight - Fine and Dry, However a bit cloudy in the North, Clearer in the South, Temps 3-8c, with a touch of ground possible in inland SE Wales.

Tomorrow - A lot of sunny weather tomorrow in the South, Cloudier in the North and a little light rain is possible in the NE in the morning. Temps 9-12c

Friday - Fine and Dry, with Light winds and Chilly.

Saturday - Most of Wales, especially in the North and East will be cloudy with drizzly rain as a front fringes into Wales. The far S and W will be brighter and a little sunshine is possible here, Temps 10-11c.

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5th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

Tonight - Dry and Clear for a time tonight before it turns cloudy in the North and East later, Milder as temps reach 7-10c.

Tomorrow - A Dull damp day in most of Wales, will extensive hill fog, but it may be drier and brighter over the SW, Temps 9-12c.

Sunday - Will Again will cloud in the North, a little bit of brighteness possible in the South, Temps 12-14c.

Outlook for Next Week - Turnering Brighter Midweek and turning colder for a time.

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8th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

Summary- Change on way, Brighter with Sunny Intervals, Colder and Windier.

Tonight - Generally a damp mild night, with mist and fog, 6-9c.

Tomorrow - A Dull damp start again with mist and fog, but during the aftenoon it will brighten up from the NW, but with showers following in the N and W, Temps 10-11c, winds picking upto 20mph from the NW later.

Wednesday - A Dry and Bright day with good sunny intervals, Temps 9-11c.

Thursday, Damper and Milder again, Temps 12-13.

Weekend - "It may be an idea to get the woolies" out.

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9th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

Tonight - Showery especially in the N and W, where there will be a strong NW wind, gusting up to 45-50mph on exposed coasts and hills, Temps 5-8c

Tomorrow - There will be showers in the morning, but there will be some brighter spells. During the afternoon, the showers and winds will fade away. Feeling colder in brisk Northerly winds, Temps 7-10c.

Wednesday Night - Frosty in places.

Thursday - After a bright morning with good sunny spells, it will turn turn damp with coastal drizzle, Temps 11-12c.

Friday - Another dank and dismal day.

Weekend - Turning much colder with winds directly from the Arctic, but Fine and Dry, and with overnight Frost.

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10th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

This was an X Rated Forecast.

Today- A Chilly Sunny Day.

Tonight - Dry clear spells to start, more cloud from the N and W later, Temps 2-7c with a ground frost for much of inland S Wales.

Tomorrow - A Warm Front will bring milder and damper weather to all parts, however it may be brighter in the SE for a time. Damper Later with widespread hill and coastal fog, Temps 9-12c.

Friday - A mild Damp Day to start before a cold front brings colder drier weather later.

Saturday - Sunny and Cold

Sunday - Cloudier and Milder again.

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  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
    This was an X Rated Forecast.

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    Quite filthy, and I was just about to have tea. <_<

    I wonder whether temperatures could drop a little lower than 2C in some sheltered places tonight, like Sennybridge and the Valleys, as it's already 4C here. Depends when the front reaches us I suppose. I really wanted him to go in to more detail for Saturday, after the National Forecast predicted temperatures of 8C for Wales. I should think it could sink a little lower than that in parts, as it usually does...

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    11th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

    Tonight - A mild damp night with fog and temps 8-10c.

    Tomorrow - Starting Damp in the North and Cloudy in the South, but during the day a cold front will bring a change to the weather. By Lunchtime It will be bright in the North and wet in the S, and by mid afternoon, the clearer colder weather will have pushed to all of Wales. Temps 10-12c maximums peaking in the morning and turning much colder in the afternoon, particularly with a brisk Northerly wind.

    Saturday - For Much of Wales it will be a bright dry with lots of sunshine. However there will be showers in the North and West, these will be wintry over hills. Temps 6-8c.

    Saturday - Sunny and Cold

    Saturday Night - A Sharp Forst is likely for much of Wales

    Sunday, A bright day, but milder with temps 9-11c

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    11th November 2004 - Peter Gibbs

    Tonight - A cold clear night with temps ranging from -2c inland, to 5-6 in the extreme SW. But nearly all of Wales will have a frost, with some scraping of windscreens likely tomorrow in Swansea and Cardiff.

    Tomorrow - A Sunny day over South and East Wales, While the NW will be bright with good sunny intervals and only the odd shower. Temps in the region 6c inland, 9c in the far SW.

    Sunday, will be bright with a little more cloud in the SE, Temps 8-10c.

    Monday - Damp in the West, Brighter further East, Temps 10-11c.

    Summary

    Tonight -2c Clear

    Saturday 8c Sunny

    Sunday 11 Sunny Intervals

    Monday 12 Cloudy

    Tuesday 12 Cloudy

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  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL

    Stepping in for Jackone tonight. :)

    15th November 2004,

    Presented by Derek Brockway

    Tonight - some patchy drizzle will spread in, mainly to North and West Wales. The East and South will stay dry. Mild, with temperatures up to 10C on the coast, 7-9C inland.

    Morning - an overcast start is on the way for much of the country. Some drizzle is possible in the northwest and some sunny spells are likely in the far East. It will turn wetter in the Northwest with some rain. Most of this will be light. Much of the South and East will be dry with some brighter spells. Temperatures 11-13C.

    Wednesday - mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain, mostly in the North and West. Drier in the far South and East. Temperatures 11-13C.

    The cold front will spread South on Wednesday afternoon bringing the sunnier but much colder weather behind it.

    Thursday - a much better day. Sunny spells are likely in Southern areas. Wintry showers in the North with sleet and hail. Temperatures 6C inland up to 9C on the coast.

    Friday - a dry day everywhere with some good sunny spells. Temperatures 3C inland up to 8C on the coast.

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  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL

    BBC Wales weather forecast,

    16th October 2004,

    Presented by Derek Brockway

    Tonight will be cloudy in most places, with widespread drizzle. Only the far east will stay dry. Very mild with the breeze and cloud, with temperatures 8-11C.

    Morning - a lot of cloud again with drizzle and hill fog in most places. The far southeast could stay dry again.

    Afternoon - same in the afternoon, with a little sunshine in Monmouthshire. Temperatures above average, 10-13C.

    On Thursday night things will begin to change. Cold fronts will spread from the north, bringing cold but mainly dry air.

    The morning will be very wet everywhere with some hill fog. The afternoon will stay wet in the south. However, the rain will clear from the north to leave widespread wintry showers. Temperatures 6-8C in the north, 8-10 in the south.

    Friday - showers of snow in the north could leave a covering. The south will be dry with some good sunny spells on the south coast. Crisp, with temperatures stuggling to 4-6C.

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  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL

    BBC Wales weather forecast, 17th November 2004,

    Presented by Derek Brockway.

    A damp night across most of Wales, with some heavy outbreaks of rain in the north and west. Quite a mild night with temperatures of 7-11C.

    In the morning, the rain will become much more heavy, initially in the north and west. Through the afternoon, this will spread to all parts. It will be very heavy at times with a risk of localised flooding. The temperatures will drop away in the north, so 7-9C here. In the south it will stay mild between 10-12C.

    The winds will become very strong through the morning in the southwest, before switching to the north by the end of the day.

    Tomorrow night, the rain will turn to sleet and snow over higher ground, as it clears away (fingers crossed!). Icy patches will form in east Wales and Powys in the night.

    Friday - a lovely day everywhere, with unbroken sunshine over many southern parts. There will be some sleet and light snow showers in the north. Temperatures 4-6C.

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  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL

    BBC Wales weather forecast,

    18th November 2004,

    Presented by Derek Brockway.

    He started with a warning of snow for Gwynydd, Conwy, Powys, Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire, which could cause some problems over the higher routes.

    So overnight, there will be snow showers over north Wales. Dry and partly cloudy elsewhere. The temperatures will fall to between 0C and -2C inland overnight, 2-4C nearer the coast and in the west.

    In the morning, snow showers are likely in north and southeast Wales. Brighter out towards the west with some sunny spells. The afternoon will see some widespread good sunny spells across most of Wales. There could be some wintry showers in the west. Chilly, with temperatures of 3C inland to 6C on the coast.

    Saturday - a nice day with some sunny spells. Still cool, with temperatures of 4-6C.

    A warm front will move through on Sunday bringing some rain but introducing a milder westerly airflow.

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  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL

    BBC Wales weather forecast,

    19th November 2004,

    Presented by Derek Brockway, in Wrexham and wearing a ridicolous flashing Pudsey headband. :mellow:

    Tonight - there will be sleet and snow showers over much of the country, mainly in north, west and and mid-Wales. Elsewhere dry but cloudy. It will be very cold in places, with temperatures of -2C - -5C inland, 0-+2C around the coast.

    Tomorrow morning - a dry start with some hazy sunshine but cloud and rain will move in from the west. This willl turn to sleet and snow as it moves inland. It will be mainly light and patchy although there could be some heavier outbreaks over Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. This will eventually turn to rain. Another cold day, temperatures 3-4C inland, 4-8C around the coast.

    Sunday - an overcast day with some outbreaks of rain. It will be milder with a SW'ly breeze, with temperatures of 11-13C.

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    22nd November 2004 - Derek Brockway

    Tonight - A mild night tonight, Cloudy in the South, with a chance of more rain in the North, Temps 7-10c.

    Tomorrow - Another Mild Day with a Lot of Cloud. There will be patchy rain at times in the north, but better Sunny intervals in the S, Especially in the SE, Temps 10-13c.

    Wednesday - There will be a lot of cloud around, but some bright spells are also possible, Some showers are possible especially in the SE, Temps 12-13c.

    Thursday - A Band of Rain will psuh in from the West bringing patchy rain, but brighter and drier further East, Temps 12-13c.

    Friday - A Cold Front will push through Wales introducing brighter and cooler weather.

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  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL
  • Location: Nelson, Caerphilly, South Wales. 175m ASL

    23rd Novermber 2004,

    Presented by Derek Brockway.

    A High is in charge right now, with a pressure of around 1030mb.

    Tonight - mostly cloudy, but in the West and the South, light rain and drizzle will spread in. It will also turn misty in places. Quite a mild night, with temperatures of 5-8C inland, 9-10C on the coast.

    Tomorrow - a damp morning over many parts, especially in the North and West. Elsewhere will be mainly cloudy with a few patches of fog. In the afternoon, most places will become dry with a little sunshine possible in the Southeast. A mild day, with temperatures of 9-12C.

    Thursday - some patchy rain and drizzle is likely, mainly in the North and Northwest. Dry and cloudy elsewhere. Temperatures 10-12C. The rain will spread across the country on Thursday night.

    Friday - the rain will clear to leave a brighter day with sunshine, but showers are likely, especially in the North. Cooler, with temperatures of 8-10C.

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    24th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

    Tonight - A generally cloudy night, and damp in the West, Temps 4-10c, Cold inland in the South.

    Tomorrow - Damp in the West in the morning, brighter and drier in the East, in the afternoon, a front will push across bringing more general rain to western areas, but staying dry and bright in the East, Temps 10-12c.

    Friday - A colder NW winds will cool things down and bring drier clearer air with only a few showers. Temps 9-10c.

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    25th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

    Tonight - A wet night to start with a frontal band pushing in from the West, Showers are set to follow later Temps 7-9c.

    Tomorrow - In the morning there will be frontal rain in East Wales, with showers in the West, in the afternoon it is set to brighten up with good sunny spells, Temps 7-11c.

    Friday Night - Cold and frosry inland, Temps down to -1c in the Brecon Beacons.

    Saturday - Showery in the West, Drier and Brighter in the East, Temps 8-10c.

    Sunday - Colder wth N Winds, Showers in the North, Drier in the South, Temps 6-8c.

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  • Location: Yr Wyddgrug, Gogledd Cymru (350m ASL)
  • Location: Yr Wyddgrug, Gogledd Cymru (350m ASL)

    Thanks JACKONE and Jackfrost, always read these.

    Hopefully catch some snow on the mountains on Sunday ;)

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    26th November 2004 - Derek Brockway

    Tonight - Generally Clear but with some mist and fog patches, Temps 0-5c and in light winds, many inland areas will have a frost.

    Tomorrow - In the morning it will be generally bright with some mist and fog, but some cloud on the West Coast. Damp weather will push into the North, in the south any mist and fog will clear and it will be bright, but the odd shower is possible in the SW, Temps 9-12c.

    Sunday - Showers in the North, Drier in the South, Temps 6-8c. Feeling Cold in Brisk N Winds.

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