After several days of sunshine and a glorious Easter weekend, Wales now faces a return to much cooler weather.
Heavy rain will kick off the weekend for much of Wales, before tapering to showery spells through the evening on Saturday and into Sunday.
The wet weather will usher in cooler conditions for much of the country, with overnight temperatures dropping into the low single digits.
Despite the chilly air overnight, daytime highs on Sunday will rebound to a pleasant level in the double digits.
Welsh forecaster Derek Brockway said it will be the best day of the weekend.
Much of the country will see highs between 12-13 °C though a few areas could reach the upper teens.
Those planning permitted daily exercise on Sunday may want to hold out for a dry spell. Showers will be patchy and sporadic in many areas throughout the day.
Met Office forecasters says the week ahead is likely to be dry, but breezy with mostly sunny skies.
Temperatures will be lower than as of late and will occasionally feel cooler due to a breeze.
A Met Office forecaster says: “Saturday see a wet start for many as rain, heavy in places, persists through the morning.
“It will become drier later as the rain eases and become more patchy. The maximum temperature will be 14 °C.
“On Sunday, patch rain will clear to leave a dry morning with some sunny spells. Through the afternoon, cloud will build with the risk of the odd shower in places. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
“The outlook for Monday to Wednesday is that it will be largely dry and breezy over the next few days with plenty of sunshine but some patchy cloud at times. Temperatures will be around average, but cooler in the breeze.”
The government’s rules on lockdown allows you to leave the house for one form of exercise a day such as a run, walk or bike ride alone or with members of your household.
You must minimise the time you are out of our home and stay at least two metres away from anyone else that isn’t from your household.
Here’s what to expect where you live: