Apart from a small clump of cloud nestling in southeast Wales and some fog for Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsular, it's looking gloriously sunny. But how long will it last?
Well, the rest of the day will see some cloud bubbling up but on the whole it will be sunny.
The light northerly breeze will see temperatures rise to 24C and even on the north and west coasts it should be pleasantly warm.
Overnight the winds fall light and variable, this will allow some mist and fog patches to develop. It will be a mild and muggy night with lows of 12-14C.
Tuesday morning sees a band of cloud and light patchy rain moving into northern and western areas. It's likely to struggle to make much progress south and east during the day. As a result this will be the best place to see sunny spells during the day. Here too will be the best temperatures, 23C.