Could we be set to return to more summery weather? It appears the answer is yes - but before we get to more clement weather, there's a little low pressure system to deal with...
Overnight a weak warm front brings cloud in from the west and some light patchy rain in from the west. It will be a murky night, with low cloud and patches of hill and sea fog. Temperatures are set to be mild but muggy, with lows of 12-13C.
Thursday feels like a repeat of today, with cloud and patchy light showery rain to start. As the day progresses, the weak front moves to the south-east. Sunny spells follow behind. A breezy afternoon but the combination of south-westerly breezes and sunshine means warmer weather and a high of 21C.
Whilst we might not see wall-to-wall sunshine over the next few days, the sun will put in a regular appearance, the breeze will drop down a little and the mercury will rise with temperatures reaching the mid-twenties over the weekend in parts of Wales.