After a much-needed glimpse of autumn sunshine over the weekend it's a return to the more usual wet and windy weather we get at this time of year. It will be particularly wet and windy in the western half of Wales. Gales in the Irish Sea continue through the morning with gusts expected to reach 60mph. The main rain band pushes across the country during the day, weakening as it does. Everywhere will get wet at some point, the wind likely to make it feel wetter than it really is. The Met Office only expects around 15mm to fall. It should turn lighter for the north west and Pembrokeshire by the end of the day.
The unsettled weather continues with more rain around on Tuesday, turning a little more showery midweek.