A MIXTURE of sunshine and showers has been forecast this week by the Met Office across parts of north Wales.

Today on Bank Holiday Monday (May 27), there will be a chance of showers with some very warm sunny spells in Wrexham and Flintshire.

Heavy showers are still possible this morning but it will turn much drier in the afternoon with maximum temperatures of 17C.

There will be some sunshine this evening but outbreaks of rain and drizzle with gradually spread across northeast. 

Turning misty and murky in the south and west and becoming milder in the north tonight with temperatures reaching 7C.

Tomorrow (May 28) will see a cloudy morning with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.


It will stay damp and misty along the coast into the afternoon but will brighten up in the east. Feeling humid. Temperatures to reach 19C.

A spokesperson for the Met Office confirmed the outlook for Wednesday to Friday. They said: "Staying changeable with a mixture of cloudy periods, sunny spells and scattered showers.

"These heaviest and most numerous on Wednesday and Thursday. Drier by Friday. Feeling warm in the sunshine."