Updated at 16:45 - Occasional rain or drizzle this evening, mostly light but some heavier bursts are likely, especially over windward hill slopes. A little rain or drizzle remains possible overnight but it will become mainly dry with the west or north-westerly wind easing to a light or moderate breeze, whilst lowest temperatures will be near to 12 Celsius.
Much of the day will be dry with sunny intervals but thickening cloud will bring rain during the evening. Light to moderate west or north-westerly winds will turn south or south-west gradually, freshening later, with temperatures rising to around 19 Celsius at best. Outbreaks of rain at first on Sunday night will become patchy later, with the winds turning west or north-west and easing.
A little rain is possible first thing in the morning but this will soon die out and sunny intervals will develop later, the afternoon staying dry with some sunshine. Winds will be light to moderate from the west or north-west with temperatures reaching 18 Celsius.
Dry with the chance of some sunshine and light winds, temperatures reaching 19 Celsius.
Staying dry, again with the possibility of some sunshine. Winds will be light, mainly from the east or south-east, with temperatures reaching a pleasantly warm 20 Celsius.
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