It's quiet start to 2013 - continuing to feel mild and cloudy for most of us.
Tonight, low cloud becomes more extensive but there's still a risk of drizzle along the Cardigan Bay coast with mist and fog reforming.
There aren't many clear spells but it will remain very mild overnight with lows of 6-9 celsius, higher than the average daytime temperatures for January.
Tomorrow's a similar story with a dull, misty and drizzly start, but it'll slowly brighten up, especially for eastern counties with a little more sunshine
In the west it will be staying cloudier with light SW winds and temperatures above average between 10-11 celsius.
Sunday will bring more of the same but generally a bit cloudier as fronts try to push in bringing breezy and drizzly conditions from the north west.
So, a fairly quiet and settled weekend with plenty of cloud around but some bright spells and drizzle too.
It's turning more unsettled early next week with wind and rain on Monday and Tuesday.
Don't forget you can keep up to date with what's happening and checkout the latest video forecast online at bbc.co.uk/weather