It's been a rather wet day for many parts of Wales but overnight the rain clears with showers that have formed in the Irish Sea blowing in across Wales. It will be a cool night with lows of 7C.
Wednesday is likely to start off feeling a little chilly, but there should be some good spells of sunshine around. The northwesterly breeze will push a few showers through during the morning but these should dry out later in the day. A breezy afternoon with highs of 14-16C.
There's more rain on the cards for Thursday but a mild southwesterly breeze will cause temperatures to rise considerably. We could see highs of 20C, that's 68F. Friday maybe a touch cooler but sunnier, as we end the week with a ridge of high pressure bringing settled weather.
Saturday should be a dry and bright start for many, but there is a risk of seeing some rain pushing in from the south later in the day.