Saturday saw rain for some followed by showers. Tomorrow may well start dry but then turn wet later. Either way unsettled weather is set to stay.
Tonight it will be generally dry but expect some showers across the northeastern corner of the country from Colwyn Bay to Newtown for a while. There will be some clear spells and the fresh breeze will allow temperatures to dip to around 5-7C.
Sunday begins bright, particularly in the east. Then it turns cloudier and wetter from the west during the morning. Into the afternoon it will be wet and windy. There will be some drier spells from time to time but there will be plenty of rain around.
Temperatures will be disappointing with highs of 10-12C but feeling cooler still in the rain and wind.
There will be more rain overnight into Monday before clearing to sunny spells and showers, a drier day on Tuesday followed by heavy showers on Wednesday.