Through the evening the showers from earlier today die away, cloud continues to push across the country and by the end of the night rain arrives in the northeast. A mild night to come with lows of 7C.
Saturday sees rain extending across the northern half of the country, but unusually its moving westwards out across Ireland. Some of the rain will be heavy across the Clwydian Range and Snowdonia. The best of the brightness will be across southern counties. Temperatures upto 14C.
Sunday is shaping up to be a dry and bright day with sunny spells, however, there could be some rain arriving later in the day across the south east. Monday looks like a day of sunny spells and showers and more grey weather for Tuesday...but it may well be getting a touch milder.