As is often the case over a bank holiday weekend rain is heading our way on Sunday.
Tonight is a split story with cloud continuing to develop in the west and relatively mild temperatures with lows of 8 degrees Celsius.
In eastern areas cloud will dissipate and clear skies will cause temperatures to fall to around 2 degrees Celsius causing a widespread ground frost.
By tomorrow morning plenty of cloud still lingering over northern and western areas with the best of any brightness in the east.
A similar story in the afternoon but bright spells of a premium throughout the country.
Temperatures will feel similar to today with highs of around 13 degrees Celsius.
By around 9pm tomorrow night a band of rain will push it's way across the Irish sea and into Anglesey bringing with it some showers.
During the day on Sunday these showers will continue and become widespread and heavy at times.
Monday is expected to be generally dry with showers developing throughout late afternoon and into the evening.
Temperatures for Sunday and Monday reaching highs of 15 degrees Celsius.