Last night saw rain creeping in from the west. That rain slowly edges across the country during Saturday morning, as it does it meets colder air so we may see some sleet or snow falling, this is most likely across eastern and northeastern areas.
Into the afternoon it will turn drier from the west, but we'll be left with a lot of cloud around. It will be another cold day with highs of just 4-6C and with no winter sunshine around it will feel pretty dull, at least it won't be windy!
Sunday sees more rain pushing across the country, again with the risk of some snow then next week keeps the weather cold and cloudy. Yellow warning are in force for snow across central and northern parts of the country to be aware of the effects of snow. This may be upgraded to Amber in places.
Another yellow warning is in force for a smaller area of Wales on Monday, but for many parts it will be dry, cloudy and cold.