Most places have seen plenty in the way of sunshine today, but, over the next 24 hours things are going to become a little more unsettled.
By late afternoon thicker cloud is likely to develop over Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula.
Overnight and tomorrow this weather front will push it's way southeastwards across the country bringing with it some increasingly thicker cloud.
A few spots of rain are likely to begin to creep in to the north of the country.
Despite the cloud cover, it's still likely to be a reasonably chilly night and the temperatures will drop back reasonably quickly in land.
By morning, there could be the chance of some hill fog around Snowdonia and over higher ground. Thicker cloud likely to linger along Cardigan Bay and northwest coastal areas which could also see a shower or two.
Elsewhere it should be a fairly decent start to the day, although there will be far more cloud around than of late and the very likely chance of a few showers throughout the whole of the country during the day.
By early evening the cloud should begin to break up leaving clearer skies and plenty of sunshine as we head into Good Friday.
Saturday is also expected to be a fine and dry day, best of the sunshine in the west. It will also feel warmer along the coast due to an easterly breeze.
Sunday is turning rather unsettled and wet which is will continue into Easter Monday.