Like last weekend, this one is two rather different days. Today saw some decent spells of sunshine but tomorrow will be rather different.
Tonight will be generally cold and clear with a widespread ground frost and potential air frost if temperatures reach zero Celsius. Towards the end of the night the cloud arrives and with it some light rain.
Cloud pushes across Wales through Sunday, the cloud trapping the cold air underneath it so it will generally feel rather cold. Rain won't be far behind, but on the whole it will be light and patchy, only turning more moderate on higher ground.
The front begins to clear to the south east of Wales during the afternoon so damp here but brightening up from the north west. Under the cloud highs of 8C, in the northwest it could reach 12C in brighter spots.
Next week is currently looking like it will be dominated by high pressure. So a dry outlook with lighter winds and some sunny spells. Temperatures should recover a touch too.