The overnight rain has briefly moved even further north to allow some dry and even bright spells to develop across the south of Wales.
Unfortunately the rain will edge further south during the day and it will be windy too this afternoon.
It's going to feel rather chilly in the north at just 9C, several degrees warmer in the south.
Tonight the rain pushes further east leaving western parts of Wales a little drier, in the clearer spells it could get quite chilly with lows of 5C.
Bank Holiday Monday is expected to be a much brighter day with sunny spells across much of the country but the south eastern corner of Wales could hold on to some cloud. Much lighter winds and the arrival of sunshine is unlikely to have much impact on temperatures with highs of just 13-15C.
There's more rain on the way for Tuesday, sunny spells and showers for Wednesday and more rain for Thursday.
Thankfully the best views of a supermoon took place last night as this coming night is going to be a lot more cloudy and ultimately wet.
Sunday is looking like a generally nice day. A generally fine start to the day which is only likely to be spoiled by some fairweather cloud.
There is a chance of a couple of showers around but for most it will be a dry day and slightly warmer than yesterday thanks to lighter winds and more sunshine.
Tonight will become increasingly cloudy and after midnight will turn wet from the west with an increasing breeze.
After a chilly start the temperatures will rise through the night. Tomorrow, there will be plenty of rain around and even when the main rain band moves around there will be plenty of showers around.
So the Bank Holiday will be bit of a washout and the unsettled weather continues.