Pulling back the curtains this morning you should have been greeted with fine sunshine, there were a few exceptions where it was a little on the misty side. The rest of the day will see more in the way of sunny spells, however, there will be more fairweather cloud bubbling up as the day progresses.
We keep the cool feeling day with highs of 13-14C but in the sunshine that should feel quite pleasant with not much of a breeze around.
Overnight temperatures drop off quickly in the first half, before more cloud arrives in the latter half. Eventually some light and patchy rain pushes in from the south west. Temperatures dip to 7C, maybe lower for a while.
Wednesday sees the rain turning heavier and more persistent, it also pushes further north and east across Wales. On the higher ground, of the Brecon Beacons we could see up to an inch of rain. Take care with standing water on the roads during the rush hour.
After lunch the rain begins to clear from Pembrokeshire and brighter weather moves in behind the rain band. It's likely to continue rather damp for the likes of Wrexham. It will be a rather windy afternoon with gales in the Irish Sea possible.
Temperatures will be up on Tuesday but in the wet and windy weather it's unlikely to feel any warmer!