Overnight cloud continues to feed in from the southwest bringing some murky drizzly weather to many parts of the country. It will be a rather mild and muggy night with lows of 13-14C. There could also be some hill fog around too.
Another slow start to the day on Sunday with the mist, murk and drizzle lingering for the early part of the day. In to the afternoon expect to see the cloud lift a little to make feel a touch brighter. The best chance of seeing some breaks in the cloud continue to be across the north and east.
The southwesterly breeze continues to bring warm air across Wales which will help the mercury rise to 20-21C that's 70F. That will feel warm even if the sun isn't shining.
We hold on to a lot of cloud on Monday, but again there could be some bright spells and around and it will be dry. Highs once again of 21C which is above average for the time of year. Tuesday is expected to be a day of sunny spells, but maybe a touch cooler, the midweek sees another weak front bringing more cloud and the outbreaks of light rain.