THE RAIN is expected to clear making way for sunnier spells this weekend across North Wales.

In Wrexham and Flintshire, the Met Office has confirmed the weekend is looking slightly brighter with breezy showers.

This evening (March 22) the blustery showers will continue and overnight, mainly in the west.

It will feel colder than recent nights with a minimum temperature dropping to 3 °C.

On Saturday (March 23) there will be a mixture of sunny spells and scattered, blustery showers which could turn heavy at times.


It will feel rather cold, especially in the stronger winds, with a maximum temperature of 10 °C.

Sunday (March 24) will see the showers gradually fading throughout the day with some sunny spells across North Wales.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "It will become unsettled again on Monday with outbreaks of rain, followed by showers or longer spells of rain on Tuesday.