THE MET Office has issued a wetter and windier weather forecast towards the end of the week across Wrexham and Flintshire.

A flood alert remains in place for Wales with temperatures turning milder over the next few days.

There will be a patchy frost to start the day (Wednesday, December 6) which will soon lift as the breeze picks up. Despite some initial sun, it will remain cold with outbreaks of rain fringing into the far west later.

Tonight, winds will strengthen further during the evening with coastal gales possible overnight. Rain will continue to sweep eastwards, covering the entire country. A chilly evening but temperatures rebounding by dawn. Minimum temperature 5 °C.

Tomorrow (December 7), a Met Office spokesperson said: "Dull with pulses of rain, particularly heavy along south-facing hills and coasts. Becoming drier from the west during the afternoon. Widely windy with strong gusts and coastal gales.


"Noticeably milder. Maximum temperature 12 °C."

The outlook for Friday to Sunday appears to be unsettled with further heavy showers and rain.

Often windy, but feeling mild when sheltered with temperatures climbing above average for the time of year.