Heavy and persistent rain replacing the fine sunshine earlier in the weekend. Some places have managed to hold on to some sunshine across the eastern side of Wales ahead of the band on rain moving in from the west.
It will be rather breezy too as this rain pushes through. The combined rain and wind means the weekend ends on a chilly note with highs of 14C. In the rain, some places may struggle to get into double figures.
Tonight the rain clears western parts of the country but pivots around Powys and the northeast leaving light rain here. Elsewhere it's mainly dry but some showers will linger. It'll be a cool night with lows of 5C.
Tuesday sees light rain continuing to skirting border areas, further west there should be some good spells of sunshine around but a few scattered showers too. Into the afternoon these showers become more widespread and could be heavy in places.
It's another fresh day with temperatures struggling to rise. Highs of 10-12C.
Wednesday and Thursday is looking settled with some good spells of sunshine and it should be dry too, which is good for the half term holidays. There will be some rain around later in the day on Friday. Temperatures will be near normal at 16-17C but there will be a fresh northwesterly breeze.