By rush hour this afternoon any rain should have cleared from the south and the west and is likely to be taking hold over more central and eastern areas of the country.
Late afternoon into evening should be dry elsewhere.
By midnight the rain is expected to have cleared from the far northeast to leave clear skies across the country.
Clear skies and light winds overnight means we could see some mist and fog patches forming especially in more southern areas.
Also, as temperatures fall there is a chance of some ground frost in more rural eastern parts.
The fog and mist patches could take a little while to clear tomorrow morning but elsewhere it is expected to be a reasonably bright start.
By the afternoon, everywhere should really see prolonged spells of sunshine and pleasant feeling temperatures with highs of 14 degrees Celsius, 57 in Fahrenheit.
There is a chance of some April showers tomorrow afternoon in Pembrokeshire, parts of Ceredigion and the south. Although few and far between, these showers could be heavy at times.
It is expected to stay dry overnight on Thursday and into Friday.
A similar day on Friday with plenty in the way of sunshine but still the chance of some showers.
Turning wet and windy overnight on Friday and into Saturday. The winds could even become gale force along western coastal areas throughout the day.
By Sunday, it is likely to be brighter and less windy than on Saturday but still a fair amount of showers everywhere.
Highs of 14 degrees Celsius and overnight lows of 8 degrees Celsius.