Updated at 05:00 - A dry start today with some early brightness but turning cloudier with rain, heavy at times, and hill fog late morning into the afternoon, the winds becoming fresh to strong from the south-west. Towards and during the early evening, the rain will become more showery but with the winds turning west or south-westerly and increasing strong to gale force. Highest temperature today 11 Celsius.
Sunny intervals but with rain or hail showers, these turning more wintry at times on the hill tops. Winds will be strong to near gale, locally gale force, from around a westerly direction and it will feel cold, temperatures reaching 9 Celsius.
Some sunshine but still with the threat of a passing shower. The stiff west to north-westerly wind will make it feel cold again, highest temperature 8 or 9 Celsius.
Rain edging in slowly from the south-west and with the slight risk, perhaps, of sleet or snow on higher ground for a time.
Rain or showers for a time at first.
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