Updated at 16:30 - Dry but often cloudy this evening and overnight with low cloud lingering over the hills and near Western coasts. North to north-west winds will be blustery in places with temperatures falling to 9 Celsius overnight.
Dry and after a rather cloudy start, especially in the west and north-west, spells of sunshine will develop. The north-westerly winds will remain moderate to fresh, locally strong at first, highest temperature around 15 Celsius but cooler near coasts exposed to the breeze.
Wednesday stays dry with sunny intervals but with the north to north-westerly wind increasing to become fresh or strong, temperatures a cool 14 Celsius at best.
Mostly dry with sunny intervals and only very isolated showers. However, strong to near gale north to north-westerly winds will make it feel cool.
Dry and bright with some sunshine. Not as windy as Thursday but still with a fairly brisk north to north-westerly breeze.
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