THE MET Office has issued a yellow warning across North Wales this weekend.

A yellow warning for rain is in place from 3pm tomorrow (February 17) lasting until 6pm on Sunday, February 18.

The Leader: The yellow warning stretches across Wales as confirmed by the Met Office.The yellow warning stretches across Wales as confirmed by the Met Office. (Image: Met Office)

Spells of rain, some heavy, will push east across most areas through Saturday and Sunday. Some disruption is likely. 

Transport services are likely to be affected with journey times taking longer. There will also be spray and flooding on the roads.

Today (February 16) will be dry but fairly cloudy with the best part of any sunshine in the south. There will be isolated light showers further north with a maximum temperature of 13 °C.

Later this evening, skies will remain generally cloudy with increasingly murky and damp conditions developing over higher grounds.

Tomorrow (February 17) will be generally cloudy with patchy drizzle and mist, mainly over higher ground.


There will be brighter interludes for a time but heavy rain spreading east later on and turning windier. The maximum temperature will be 15 °C.

A spokesperson confirming the outlook for Sunday to Tuesday said: "Staying mild and often dry with occasional sunny spells.

"A few showers are possible, mainly on Monday when some will be heavy. Rain possible later on Tuesday. Breezy at times."