Prolonged spells of sunshine will continue this evening setting us up for a fine, dry night with clear skies.
Temperatures will dip to around 6 degrees Celsius in more rural areas and it will feel far more chilly than of late.
Showers will begin to push into Pembrokeshire by the morning.
Elsewhere will remain largely dry into the afternoon as the band of showers slowly move its way eastwards.
During the day, sunshine will turn hazy and it will feel warm and humid as the air is pushed up from the continent.
Temperatures will reach highs of 22 degrees Celsius in the southeast and 21 along Cardigan Bay.
Overnight on Friday and into Saturday it becomes much more unsettled although will remain warm and humid.
We are expecting sunshine and showers during the day on Saturday but at times these could become heavy and thundery.
The Met Office has a yellow warning in place for the whole of the country with the exception of Pembrokeshire.
Sunday and the beginning of next week will remain unsettled with plenty of sunshine and showers.