Mid Wales

Wales' hottest temperature of the year recorded in Ceredigion

A minor road in Llysdinam Image copyright Graham Horn/Geograph
Image caption Llysdinam in Powys recorded a temperature of 20.2C (68F) on Saturday

Wales has recorded its highest temperature of the year at 20.3C (69F) at Trawsgoed, near Aberystwyth in Ceredigion.

But Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula, in Gwynedd, saw temperatures between 13C (55F) and 15C (59F) on Saturday.

The previous highest temperature in Wales this year was 18.7C (66F) in Porthmadog, Gwynedd, on 25 March.

Sunday will be cooler with temperatures peaking in the late teens, according to the Met Office.

Image copyright Richard Webb/Geograph
Image caption Monmouthshire is expected to get the best weather in Wales on Sunday, according to the Met Office
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Image caption Farm fields at Trawsgoed in Ceredigion - the hottest place in Wales on Saturday

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