Updated at 11:30 - Cloudy, generally, through the rest of the day and the cloud may thicken to give some light rain or drizzle. West or south-westerly winds will be mainly fresh to strong but locally near gale and gusty over and to the lee of hills, with temperatures around 11 Celsius at best. Tonight will be mainly dry and relatively mild.
Much of the day will be dry and there is the chance that some sunshine will break through, especially towards the north. Late in the day, though, some rain or drizzle may return. South or south-westerly winds will be mainly moderate to fresh, with highest temperatures near to 11 Celsius again.
Possibly a little rain or drizzle but mostly dry and with the chance of some brightness. Winds will be fresh to strong from the south with temperatues continuing in a similar vein.
Staying mainly dry with the fairly brisk winds turning south or south-easterly, temperatures again around 10 or 11 Celsius at best.
Outbreaks of rain are likely to edge in from the west with strong winds, from around a southerly direction, easing later.
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