Updated at 11:45 - Mostly dry this afternoon with some sunshine, and just the slight risk of a passing light shower. Fresh to strong westerly winds, locally near gale in exposed locations, will make it feel cold, temperatures around 8 Celsius at best. Staying largely dry overnight, still with a stiff westerly wind and lowest temperatures near to 6 Celsius generally but down to 4 in upland areas.
Perhaps a shower at first but another mostly dry day with sunny intervals. Strong west to north-westerly winds will ease a touch during the afternoon, highest temperature 8 or 9 Celsius.
Cloudier with the threat of some rain or drizzle, especially during the second half of the day and becoming heavy at times later. Winds will become strong to near gale from the south-west with temperatures reaching 11 Celsius.
Mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain, some heavy and a strong west or southwesterly wind, which will ease slightly later in the day; temperatures again around 11 Celsius.
A cloudy start with some rain but the rain is likely to start edging away during the 2nd half of the day. West or south-westerly winds will be fresh to strong with temps settling at around 9 Celsius.
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