There will be late spells of sunshine for many this evening and although scattered showers are around, you would be unlucky to catch them.
For those hoping to catch a glimpse of the meteor shower tonight, the best areas are central and eastern parts of the country.
Stargazers around the world have been marvelling at the sight of a particularly strong meteor shower, known as Perseids.
Whilst the shower was at its peak in the early hours of this morning, observers in the UK may still be able to see shooting stars in the night sky tonight.
ITV News correspondent Lucrezia Millarini reports:
The photographer, Mike Davies, said the night sky was "exceptionally clear" over Neath.
Stargazers in Wales were delighted by the "natural firework display" of the Perseids meteor shower last night.
Meteors - often known as shooting stars - appeared as a result of material falling from the tail of Comet Swift-Tuttle.
The Perseids meteor shower is an annual event, between mid-July and mid-August, but last night was expected to be particularly good, with as many as 60 meteors an hour visible to the naked eye.
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Thousands across the UK marvelled at Perseids meteor shower last night, with as many as 60 meteors an hour visible to the naked eye.
The moon last night was in a waxing crescent, meaning its light did not significantly interfere with the view, the Royal Astronomical Society said.
Clear skies over central and southern England, southern Scotland and south east Wales meant that this year's spectacle was enjoyed across many parts of the UK.
The shower is visible every year, however many stargazers reported that the views last night were the best for many years.