There's some unsettled weather across the UK but for a change Wales isn't in the firing line. Unfortunately it doesn't meant that we'll get away scot-free.
Overnight cloud continues to push in from England and there will be some outbreaks of light rain mainly across the southeastern quarter of Wales. That cloud will stop any frost forming and it will be milder than the last couple of nights with lows of 8C.
Saturday continues to see plenty of cloud pushing across the country. The best of the brightness is expected across the far west around Cardigan Bay. Again there's a risk of light showery rain affecting eastern counties. Temperatures will top out at 13-14C.
Sunday will feel almost a repeat performance of Saturday, Monday should be mainly dry but cloudy. Hopefully the weather for Wales brightens up a touch with highs of 15C.