Friday 9 October 2009, 14:42
Well looking forward to the weekend, the weather is not looking too bad overall. Some rain on Saturday night but most of the time, dry.
After yesterday's sunshine, the weather is on the change today with rain gradually spreading across Wales this afternoon.
The south-easterly wind strong and gusty on exposed southern and western coasts with top temperatures 12 to 15 Celsius.
This evening a damp start but the rain will move away. So turning much drier overnight. The wind easing with lowest temperatures 8 to 10 Celsius.
Saturday: A grey start in places with some low cloud and hill fog patches. The odd light shower is possible here and there otherwise dry and the cloud will break with some sunshine at times.
Top temperatures 14 to 16 Celsius with a westerly breeze.
Saturday night: A spell of rain is likely so a damp start first thing on Sunday but it will soon dry and brighten-up with some sunshine.
Top temperatures 13 to 15 Celsius with a north-westerly breeze.
So all in all not a bad weekend on the whole, but if you're out clubbing on Saturday night, watch out for the rain!
Next week high pressure will take control and that will bring several days of mainly dry and settled weather.
Something for the weekend?
The BBC Headroom 'What Makes You Smile?' event hits Castle Square, Swansea on Saturday between 11am and 4.30pm, with a host of activities and games to make the city grin. Hosted by BBC Radio Wales' Mal Pope, the event includes:
"Laughologists" on stage to tickle the city's funnybones; a competitive interactive 'big smile' game in which the people of Swansea can burst dark clouds and turn them into smiles while pitting their wits against the other cities.
Visit www.bbc.co.uk/headroom find out more.
If you fancy joining in the fun tomorrow, most of the day should be dry in Swansea with a little sunshine. Temperatures reaching 16 Celsius with a westerly breeze.