Spring in Wales is one of the most unpredictable of seasons. The weather changes several times a day: the calm alternates with gusty winds and fleeting sun rays that quickly hide behind rain clouds. Spring temperatures reach +16°C with a few extra hours of sunlight and sunshine.
April to the beginning of June is the driest period of the year in Wales. Nature paints blooming landscapes and life in Wales becomes more lively thanks largely to local events. May is a perfect time to plan a trip to this part of the UK. At midday temperatures sometimes reach +17°C, and it gets dark very late. However, it is worth remembering that closer to the night there is a significant cold snap, so don't forget warm clothes.