After a fairly dry afternoon, bands of rain are expected to push up from the Atlantic overnight and throughout the weekend meaning there will be a considerable amount of showers around.
A cloudy but mild night tonight with lows of between 6 and 9 degrees Celsius.
The first band of rain will begin to work it's way northwards over night, and by Saturday morning it will be fairly wet especially over western hills and higher ground, these showers are expected to linger throughout the morning.
So a cloudy and rather showery start to Saturday with more in the way of heavier showers likely in Pembrokeshire and as far north as Anglesey.
A drier afternoon expected, especially in the east. More chance of showers elsewhere although lighter and more patchy.
Highs of 14 degrees Celsius. The winds, especially along the coast, becoming fairly strong.
By Sunday, a number of fronts taking hold once again throughout the day, so likely to be fairly wet and showery , some of these showers turning heavy at times.
Any breaks in the wet weather could see a bit of brightness creeping through but this is likely to be rather infrequent
A rather wet and grey start to next week. By Monday night temperatures are beginning to fall back so a chance we may see some ground frost in places.
Becoming drier but cooler into the middle of next week.