THE Met Office has confirmed that Hereford will see some rain this bank holiday weekend, but there will also be periods of warm conditions.

According to the Met Office, we will experience some mild temperatures of up to 16 degrees over the weekend.

The warmest times in Hereford will be from 3pm to 4pm on Saturday (May 4) and 1pm to 4pm on Sunday (May 5).

Speaking about the forecast, deputy chief meteorologist for the Met Office Mark Sidaway warned about the possibility of unsettled conditions.

Mr Sidaway explained: "There continues to be uncertainty around the track of a low-pressure system which is expected to cross the UK this weekend, meaning there is some uncertainty.

"While it may remain unsettled with further showers or longer spells of rain, all areas should see drier conditions at some point and, in any sunshine, it should feel quite warm."


Met Office forecast: Saturday, May 4 - Monday, May 6

Today (Saturday, May 4)

Rather cloudy but bright with showers. Feeling warm where you catch the sunshine. Maximum temperature 16 degrees, minimum temperature six degrees.

Tomorrow (Sunday, May 5)

Sunny intervals changing to cloudy by lunchtime. Staying warm with generally light winds. Maximum temperature 16 degrees, minimum temperature nine degrees.

Monday (Monday, May 6)

Generally remaining cloudy changing to light showers, though mixed in with some sunshine. Maximum temperature 15 degrees, minimum temperature eight degrees.