It's a breezy end to the week with plenty of showers around. There's been a band of rain skirting north Wales but this is moving away to be replaced by showers. The breeze is helping to chop up the cloud so there will be some bright spells but the showers scattered around could be thundery.
The combination of the winds (upto 25mph, but gusting up to 40mph) and those showers will knock temperatures with highs of 13-14C, but many places could struggle to stay in double figures.
Through the evening the showers will ease before more showers develop overnight, mainly near the coast. Temperatures drop to around 5-8C and the wind persists.
Saturday sees a mixed bag of cloud, bright spells and showers. The wind should help push them through. Into the afternoon there is once again a risk of some of these showers turning thundery. It will feel rather chilly with a brisk westerly wind pinning back temperatures to 11-12C.