Most of Wales enjoyed its warmest day of the year so far yesterday thanks to southerly winds from Spain.
Rhyl in Denbighshire was the hot spot with a high of 21 Celsius, 70 Fahrenheit - On a par with Palermo in Sicily and well above the April average!
Unfortunately, though, the warm spell is not going to last through the Bank Holiday weekend and waterproofs and a jumper will come in handy.
It's already feeling cooler today and it's going to turn even colder on Sunday and Monday when brisk north to north easterly winds from the Arctic will bring a drop in temperature.
Some rain and showers are likely too but it should brighten up on Sunday. At the moment, Bank Holiday Monday looks dry with some sunshine but chilly and next week there's a risk of some ground frost.