It wasn't a bad start to the week, a good mix of sunny spells and thankfully not too many showers. The bulk of the week is looking pretty good until we head towards the Bank Holiday weekend.
Tonight sees another widespread groundfrost with temperatures getting down to around 2C, but in the usual cold spots it may well drop to or below zero. The wind swings to a northwesterly direction which means northern and western coastal districts will escape the frost thanks to the onshore breeze.
The cold night gives way to a fine start to Tuesday, many places will see cloudless skies early on. Once again that 'cotton wool' style cloud will drift about during the day. There's a very small chance of a shower but on the whole it's expected to be dry.
Again temperatures reach 12C widely across Wales but some places around south east Wales could nudge 14C. However with a lighter wind, in spite of the northerly direction, it should feel more pleasant than Monday.
Wednesday and Thursday sees a dry couple of days with plenty of sunny spells. Temperatures hover around the 13C mark. Then just as we think about the long weekend, the weather decides to turn a little more unsettled.