Wales is facing a 'chilly' week with some potential frost in the next 24 hours, weather experts have said.

The Met Office has issued its forecast for the coming days, with Monday expected to have a 'damp start' - turning brighter by the afternoon, though chilly.

A spokesman explained: "[There will be] a cloudy start with blustery showers. 

"Showers easing and becoming confined to coastal areas, leaving a largely dry afternoon with some bright spells. 

"Feeling chilly in the brisk northerly breeze. Maximum temperature 9 °C."

Looking ahead to this evening, it is expected to be "largely dry" with winds easing, patchy cloud and a risk of coastal showers overnight. 

It will feel chilly with "some frost possible", though milder under cloudier skies with a minimum temperature of 2 °C.


By Tuesday, it is expected Wales will see a "calmer and colder spell." 

There will be some cloud to start, which will clear through the morning, leaving a cold, largely dry and sunny afternoon - with perhaps the odd coastal shower.

There will be a maximum temperature of 7 °C.

And the outlook for Wednesday to Friday shows a frosty start on Wednesday, with some mist and fog, then largely sunny and cold. The weather is expected to be "unsettled" from Thursday with showers, longer spells of rain, and some snow, mainly over hills.