For the last few days we have flip-flopped between pleasant dry days and autumnal wet and windy days. That pattern is set to continue into tomorrow too, but then things are set to settle down. If today's sunny spells was a 'flip' day, then tomorrow is set for a flop.
Tonight starts dry with clear spells. Later in the night more cloud moves in from the west and eventually some rain. Lows of 7C
Thursday morning begins with a spell of rain. This could be quite heavy on the western hills before turning lighter as it moves across the country during the morning. In to the afternoon brighter and drier weather moves in to much of Wales but expect to hold on to some cloud in the south east.
It may feel quite muggy with highs of 16-17C and once again it will be rather breezy.
So another 'flop' of a day on Thursday but then we 'flip' back to a spell of more settled weather that could last well into next week. High pressure dominates the weather into next week which will see lighter winds, spells of pleasant autumn sunshine and increasingly warm temperatures.