Updated at 11am - Some brighter spells this afternoon and maybe some sunshine breaking through at times but a chance of a few showers as well especially during the mid-late afternoon period. Winds fresh from the west turning northwesterly this evening, temperatures up to 12 or 13. The wind will fall away overnight bringing a risk of a ground frost in some sheltered places by the end of the night
Good Friday will be fine and dry with plenty of sunshine and light and variable winds. Feeling quite warm with temperatures reaching up to 13°C. A further risk of a grass frost developing overnight.
After a chilly start to the day, it will be another dry and bright day with good sunny spells and a light to moderate east or southeasterly wind. Maximum temperature of 13 or 14°C.
Dry and bright at first, but gradually turning cloudy during the day with outbreaks of rain developing during the evening/overnight. Becoming breezy with a freshening northeasterly wind and maximum temperature of 13°C.
A mixture of bright or perhaps sunny spells and scattered showers. A moderate to fresh northeast wind with temperatures up to 13°C at best.
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