After a fine day yesterday Sunday marks a return to unsettled weather that is set to last for much of the week ahead.
Sunday sees a band of rain heading across Wales, it's expected to turn heavier as this band hits the hills in the northwest and bring a sustained period of rain as it crawls slowly across the country. It will be rather windy as this rain heads southeastwards across Wales.
Tonight, the rain slow clears from Newport and Cardiff, much of the country will be dry with clear spells but the odd shower will continue to blow in off the Irish Sea. Whilst the wind will ease it will be strong enough to maintain temperatures with lows of 9C.
Monday will see some showers from the start, there will be plenty of cloud around too. As the day progresses expect more showers to develop in the north and west and some to band into what will feel like more persistent rain. The south east of Wales will be cloudier but drier. Highs tomorrow of 15 or 16C but feeling chilly in the breeze.