Updated at 09:00 - Dry this morning with some sunshine at first but also hill fog. Later this morning skies will start to turn cloudy generally with rain moving in mid to late afternoon and possibly becoming heavy at times. South to south-westerly winds will become moderate to fresh, locally strong with temperatures peaking at around 17 or 18 Celsius before dipping as the rain sets in.
Rain for a time in the morning but dry by the afternoon with some sunshine brreaking through. Winds, turning west or north-westerly, will become moderate to fresh at first before easing in the afternoon with temperatures rising to around 16 Celsius.
Fine and dry with some sunshine on Thursday but winds will strengthen gradually from the south or south-west; highest temperature 16 Celsius.
Heavy rain moving in with strong south to south-westerly winds at first, although the winds will ease consdierably during the afternoon, the rain then clearing overnight
Sunny intervals and mostly dry, just perhaps a passing shower later in the day. Breezy, with a brisk west to south-westerly wind, temperatures 15 Celsius at best.
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