So my first week back as your weather-lady has been more than eventful!
These 1961 street interviews from ITV's Wales archive show some people had unorthodox ideas about what getting to the moon might involve!
Around 100 staff have moved from our previous home at Culverhouse Cross to the new state of the art production facility.
The morning bulletin is put together by three people - a presenter, director and producer.
The presenter takes the helm, and is ultimately in charge of how the bulletin looks and sounds.
Behind the scenes it's the producer's job to check the bulletin content, i.e. pictures, interviews and script, and make sure everything's ready to go to air.
When everything's ready to go, it's the director's job to play out the bulletins, making sure it all goes smoothly.
The team listen closely to the Daybreak team in London, via a desk speaker, to make sure they know where the bulletins fit in the programme - it's very important to get timings right!
Today we're running #ITVWalesLive - an opportunity to see how our news and programmes are made at ITV Cymru Wales.
Our presenters, reporters and production teams will be sharing updates throughout the day.
RIght now, the early team are busy producing the Welsh bulletins that appear in Daybreak shortly after 6am, 7am and 8am.
Twitter: Follow the @ITVWales account, and keep an eye our hashtag #ITVWalesLive.
Keep an eye on the ITV News website throughout the day for updates, videos and blogs from the newsroom.