A Yellow Warning for heavy rain is still in place this evening and is valid until 9pm tomorrow night.
After heavy and thundery showers this afternoon they will continue this evening throughout the country but are expected to be less intense.
There is a risk that fog patches will form, especially in the south of the country.
It will be a mild night with temperatures staying in double figures.
There is a risk of light, patchy and drizzly rain in the north and through Mid Wales tomorrow morning. Elsewhere it will be largely dry with some bright spells.
Under brighter skies in the south temperatures will begin to climb which will trigger some heavy downpours throughout the afternoon.
These are expected to also be thundery with a risk of hail on occasions.
The Met Office has warned we could see high rainfall totals with between 10 to 15mm fall in an hour and up to 40mm more locally over a period of 2 to 3 hours.
By Sunday a ridge of high pressure is stating to build which will mean we should see a return to more settled conditions.
There will still be a risk of showers but there will also be some decent sunny spells.
The early part of next week should be largely dry with fairly settled conditions.