There are going to be a few more days of wet and miserable weather before the sun makes an appearance again in Greater Manchester.
Forecasters have said today will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain throughout the day.
As the day continues there is a chance of some drier, brighter spells.
According to the Met Office website it will feel ‘cool for the time of year’, with temperatures reaching highs of 17C.
Overnight the cloud will remain and there will be some drizzly outbreaks lingering overnight.
Despite a slight breeze, it will feel mild under the cloudy skies with temperatures dipping to around 11C.
Conditions will be more or less the same on Thursday, with cloudy skies and an odd spot of light rain or drizzle.
It will be drier and a little warmer than Wednesday, as well as some periods of bright spells forecast.
Temperatures are expected to climb to around 21C.
There will be an improvement in conditions on Friday.
Forecasters have said it will be largely dry and bright, with the odd shower and highs of around 21C.
There will be some showery rain arriving overnight, but it will clear through Saturday.
On Sunday it will be drier and there will be some sunshine around.
However, temperatures will dip slightly over the weekend reaching highs of around 18C.
Unfortunately, the unsettled weather looks likely to continue into next week.
A statement on the Met Office website said: “Northern and northwestern parts will probably turn increasingly unsettled with spells of rain accompanied by stronger winds at times.
“Later in the period there is a chance that the unsettled conditions across the north may spread more widely across the rest of the UK.
“Temperatures near or slightly above average but perhaps warm or at times very warm in the south.”