September was drier than average with only 79.6 mm of rain. The average is 116.6mm but we've all had a good drop of rain today with thunder in places.
There is still a yellow Met Office heavy rain warning in force covering mid Wales and the south which is valid until 8am tomorrow.
Despite the rain, though, it's warm and muggy today. RAF Valley on Anglesey reached 20 Celsius.
This evening will dry-up but more rain and heavy showers are expected overnight with a risk of localised flooding.
The breeze will ease and we’re in for another muggy night with lowest temperatures only 14 to 16 Celsius.
Tomorrow morning there will be some rain and showers, especially in the north but the weather will slowly improve during the day.
There will still be a few scattered showers in the afternoon but generally drier weather across Wales with cloud breaking up in places to reveal sunshine.
Top temperatures around 16 to 19 Celsius and feeling fresher and less humid than today thanks to a west to south-westerly breeze.
Tomorrow night will be dry apart from one or two showers. Some low cloud and mist will form and a cooler night with lowest temperatures 10 to 13 Celsius.
Some good news for the weekend; high pressure will move up from the Bay of Biscay, so Saturday will be dry apart from the odd shower.
Any mist and fog patches will lift and it will feel pleasantly mild in the afternoon with highs 15 to 17 Celsius and light winds.
It's a similar story on Sunday and there's plenty more dry and settled weather to come next week thanks to high pressure but fog may become a problem.