Many gardens and allotments have had a watering today with low pressure bringing some heavy rain and thundery showers.

A Met Office warning issued yesterday has been updated and now covers much of north and mid Wales and is valid until 8pm tonight.

This evening heavy showers will slowly ease with a much drier day to come tomorrow. Plenty of cloud is likely but with a few glimpses of sunshine.

As for the weekend, I can't promise wall to wall sunshine; some cloud is likely especially in the north and west.

A warm front may bring a few spots of light rain, for example, to Anglesey later on Saturday and on Sunday morning but no more than that.

The emphasis is on dry weather thanks to high pressure with the best of the bright weather and sunshine in the east and southeast of the country. 

Top temperatures over the weekend will reach 12 to 15°C with light to moderate winds.

Forecast chart Sunday 4 May 2014

At the moment, bank holiday Monday will be dry and generally brighter; the sunshine hazy with a lot of dense high Cirrus clouds.

The wind will turn more into the south or south-east so it will become warmer. Top temperatures will reach 14 to 17°C, highest on the north coast. 

So a lot of dry weather this bank holiday weekend. Enjoy it if you can, because the signs are it will turn more unsettled next week with some rain on the way.

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