The Met Office is predicting a sunny weekend as many will make their way to Wrexham's Racecourse Ground for the Kings of Leon concerts.

The outlook for Friday to Sunday sees high pressure which will keep the weather dry through Friday and into the weekend, according to the Met Office.

It’s predicted that there will be “plenty of sunshine” but there will possibly be some cloudier periods. It will feel warm with generally light winds but the nights are set to be chilly.

Saturday (May 27) is set the be the hottest day this weekend, with temperatures in Wrexham and parts of Flintshire predicted to reach 21°, while over in Holywell, it's predicted to reach 18°.


Looking onto the bank holiday Monday (May 29) and onwards to Wednesday, June 7, the forecast is as follows:

“Predominantly fine and settled conditions for many areas to start, though probably feeling rather cool in parts of the north and east, especially in areas with a breeze off the sea.

“High pressure will continue to dominate the weather into early June, meaning plenty more dry weather for much of the country.

“A possibility of weak frontal systems bringing some patchy rain to the far north and, with time, an increased chance of showers, perhaps thundery, moving north into, or developing over southern areas.

“Overall, temperatures remaining above average, though cooler in some coastal locations where onshore breezes develop. Winds will generally be light, but coastal areas in the south, as well as far north, may experience stronger winds at times.”