Light rain continues to push, behind schedule, across Wales this evening. That will eventually clear to the southeast so that after midnight it will be mainly dry.
Overnight temperatures fall to near freezing in places. It will be milder further west thanks to a strong onshore breeze.
Monday starts dry and bright but it doesn't take long before showers get going, particularly around the western and northern coast. Some could be a little heavy but shouldn't last long as they'll push along quickly on a strong westerly breeze which could push them further inland.
Highs could reach 12C which wont feel too bad out of the showers and the breeze.
The rest of the week is under the influence of high pressure which should squeeze out the showers and bring some bright and settled weather and temperatures should rise a little too!