It's been a much improved day today with some good spells of sunshine and just the odd shower. Sunny spells by day mean clear spells by night and tonight the clear spells allow temperatures to fall away rapidly leading to a widespread air and ground frost. Lows of minus 2C could see the odd icy patch develop and also the odd misty patch. Further west for Pembrokeshire, Gwynedd and Anglesey we'll see some showers around, but they'll die by the end of the night.
Sunday will be nice and sunny pretty much everywhere but it will be a chilly start to the day. The sun will burn back any mist early on but later in the day will turn hazy from the west as the next batch of unsettled weather heads our way. Highs tomorrow of just 6-9C.
It's a one day only offer because Monday sees the return of wet and windy weather on Monday with the risk of gales and several gale force gusts in the Irish Sea. There's more wet weather expected on Tuesday.
Thanks to Andrew Paterson for today's pic!