After several days of fine weather, Farmers Weather forecasters are warning of change ahead.
Dr Simon Keeling from Farmers Weather said: "Despite some torrential showers on Tuesday and more forecast for Wednesday afternoon, Thursday is likely to be a drier day for many, although still with a scattering of showers.
"However, those of you trying to make silage and hay should be ready to be wrapped up by Friday as things are set to change.
"Low pressure is waiting in the wings, and with fronts edging east on Friday, many (part fro the extreme southeast) look set to receive showery outbreaks of rain.
"The area of low pressure is then the main feature of the weather through the weekend, and although Saturday may not be too bad for many, Sunday looks set to be a more unsettled day.
"Then it’s a case of cooler, showery weather next week, although do watch for the possibility of more persistent rain bands crossing the country later in the week and into the weekend.
"How long will then more unsettled weather last? Current ideas are that we may see an improvement in the final week of June, although that’s still a long way off."