You may have read that there's a heat wave on the way. It looks like the continent will be getting hot this weekend and into next week but here in Wales, a heat wave is very unlikely. The signs are however that it will get a little warmer over the weekend.
For the next few days, 'changeable' sums it up - with a little rain and drizzle at times. Most of the rain will be in the north west on Wednesday with Thursday being the sunniest day of the week.
Daytime temperatures will be around average, 15 Celsius, with west to south-westerly winds and cooler on the coast, nearer 13 Celsius, with a breeze off the sea.
You won't see me on the TV for the rest of the week as I'm off filming for a new series of Weatherman Walking. Gull is also coming along to take photos for the website, record GPS data for the walking maps we now do and write up the walks.
For the first batch of walks we're heading up to South Stack Lighthouse on Anglesey and Penmaenmawr near Conwy.
It looks like the waterproof jacket will come in handy with some rain on Wednesday morning but it should clear-up with some nice views for the camera man.