Updated at 16:45 - Dry for most parts overnight, although some sleet, hail or snow showers are liable to clip the far south-west of the island. The north to north-westerly wind will be mainly light to moderate, although fresher at times around exposed coasts. Away from windward coasts temperatures will fall near to or a touch below freezing but, apart from a rogue icy patch, most roads will stay dry.
Again, the risk of a wintry shower in the south-west but most places will stay dry. Some brightness is possible, although there may be a good deal of high cloud. Winds will be light to moderate, north or north-west, with highest temperatures a cold 4 or 5 Celsius.
Mostly dry with sunny intervals and just an isolated wintry shower, the winds starting to freshen from the north or north-east; temperature 5 Celsius at best.
Cold but dry with good sunny spells and a moderate to fresh northerly wind. Maximum temperature of 6°C.
Dry with sunny intervals and a light to moderate north or north-easterly wind. Still feeling cold with highest temperature of 7°C.
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