The weather is on the change today...
A cold front is moving east across Wales bringing rain and stronger winds, up to force 7 on coasts and hills in the south and west with a gust of 47mph recorded at Aberdaron, 44mph at Pembrey and 50mph at Capel Curig in Snowdonia - nothing unusual for this time of year.
The rain, some of it heavy, will continue to move south-east this evening and clear overnight with a few
mist and fog patches forming in its wake - lowest temperatures between 4 and 7 Celsius.
Tomorrow will be much brighter than today with a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers.
The showers will be heavy in places with a risk of hail and a rumble of thunder.
Top temperatures 8 to 10 Celsius with a light to moderate west to south-westerly breeze, gusty near the showers.
Tomorrow night a few scattered showers will continue but it will become dry, clear and cold.
Temperatures in rural spots will fall to freezing with a slight frost, mist and fog patches.
So, a cold start to Remembrance Sunday but a better day is in prospect compared to Saturday with a fewer showers and more places dry with some sunshine.
Highs between 8 and 10 Celsius.
The Cardiff Bay Yacht Club Annual Cod Competition is taking place on Sunday.
The weather should be good; dry and bright with sunny spells and light to moderate winds. The water temperature around 13 Celsius.
Enjoy the sunshine this weekend but watch out a few showers, fog and frost.
Next week will turn milder for a time with low pressure bringing more wind and rain in from the Atlantic!