A dry night is expected throughout the country tonight and with thick cloud developing temperatures will remain on the mild side.
Lows of 9 degrees Celsius.
By dawn, a band of rain will push its way northeastwards, becoming particularly heavy in southern and central regions during the morning rush hour.
These showers will continue to move throughout the country during the day, but the band of rain will break up to leave more in the way of scattered showers.
Although there could be the odd spell of brightness, it is expected to be a largely grey and wet day.
Highs of 14 degrees Celsius inland and 12 degrees along the Llyn Peninsula.
It will feel cooler along the coast due to a fresh breeze.
The showers are likely to clear away by around 7pm on Thursday evening to leave a dry night.
By Friday we can expect some wet weather once again, with showers turning heavy during the morning.
An unsettled and showery weekend is looking likely, with highs of 14 degrees on Saturday, but a strong breeze will make it feel somewhat cooler.