I'm away skiiing in the Alps currently, so Sue Charles has kindly agreed to step in and keep you up to date with the weather:
Well, after a sunny start to March it's turned much cloudier and cooler than we've had over the last few days.
This afternoon will be cloudy with only brief bright spells or hazy sunshine, further east.
Staying dry though with just a chance of drizzle maybe for Pembrokeshire.
Highs between 4 and 6 celsius with brisk easterly winds making it feel cold.
So a cold, cloudy but dry start if you're heading to the Liberty stadium tonight.
Wales' friendly against Sweden kicks off at 7.45pm and live coverage as usual on BBC Radio Wales and Radio Cymru.
This evening it will remain dry and cloudy with light winds. Skies clearing from the north, so maybe a chance of frost away from the coast in Flintshire and Denbighshire. Temperatures here will fall to -3C overnight.
Tomorrow then, a cloudy start in the south but another dry day. Sunny spells in the north will become more widespread throughout the day, so a brighter afternoon for all of us.
Lighter winds and top temperatures between 6 and 7 Celsius. (45F)
The outlook isn't too bad for the next few days. Friday should have some sunny spells in the morning - maybe a few spots of rain later in the day.
Saturday's looking largely dry and bright with a chance of a wintry shower but the trend is for things to turn colder into the weekend.