Many parts of Wales woke to thick fog and low cloud this morning. But that wasn't the case everywhere - Anglesey and parts of Gwynedd and Conwy have managed to see some nice sunshine and hopefully it's set to last. The rest of the north and west coastal districts should see at least some brightness during the day.
Meanwhile the fog will be reluctant to shift and in many places it will just lift into low cloud. Temperatures here will be pinned back to around 7C, but in the brighter sunnier weather we could see 12C.
Tonight more fog will form but it will be not quite as widespread. The cloud base will lower to bring more hill fog. There'll also be some patchy drizzle around too. It won't be quite as chilly as last night with lows of 5C.
Tomorrow sees the beginning of the end of this spell of murky weather. The bright spells in the north will disappear during the morning as the rain band to the northwest finally begins it's move. Further south the cloud thickens even further to bring some light rain and even more fog and murk. Moderate rain eventually moves into Gwynedd and Anglesey by the end of the day. Highs of 10C