THE MET Office has offered its predictions for the north Wales weather over the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend.

Many of us will be getting out and about over the coming days with family and friends and will be hoping for some sun to enjoy.

Here's what the experts are predicting in their forecast for Saturday (May 25) to Monday (May 27) ...

Saturday (May 25)

Met Office say: "Largely dry and fine with some sunshine. Turning hazier during the afternoon with some showery outbreaks in the far southwest later. Feeling warmer than of late, especially in the north. Maximum temperature 19 °C."


Outlook for Sunday (May 26) to Tuesday (May 28):

Met Office say: "Scattered showers on Sunday, possibly heavy and thundery. Fewer showers on Monday. A strengthening breeze and outbreaks of rain on Tuesday. Generally staying warm, particularly in sunnier interludes."

Commenting on the forecast for Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for the UK, Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist Dan Harris said: “Sunday will have a mixture of sunny spells but also scattered, heavy and in places thundery downpours. Not everywhere will see them but where they do occur there is a small chance of some temporary issues such as flooded roads.

"Scotland will be cloudier with rain, while Northern Ireland will also be cloudy but with a chance that heavy showers could break out later too, bringing similar conditions to England and Wales.

“The outlook for Bank Holiday Monday is for brighter, cooler and breezier conditions with scattered showers for England and Wales at first, but a steady drying trend from the west is likely.

“We are keeping the weather warning situation under review, so please keep up to date with the latest warnings and forecasts from the Met Office if you have plans this Bank Holiday weekend.”

Temperatures overall are expected to be around the average for the time of year, but it will feel warm in any longer spells of sunshine, particularly on Saturday.