Updated at 4:40 pm - Dry at first, but during the evening showers will develop, some of which are likely to be heavy, and also possibly wintry on the hills. The west or northwest winds will be strong and gusty, then around midnight the showers will move away, leaving clear spells for the rest of the night as the winds swing northerly. Minimum temperature tonight 4 Celsius.
Tomorrow morning and afternoon will be dry with plenty of sunny spells, then one or two showers may develop after dark. Feeling cold in the fresh to strong northerly winds, the maximum temperature 7 Celsius.
Cloudy at first with scattered showers, which will become more isolated during the afternoon. Temperatures reaching up to 6°C at best in the moderate to fresh west to northwest wind.
Cloudy with outbreaks of rain, clearing later in the day. The moderate southwest wind will become fresh to strong and veer to the west as the rain clears, with highest temperature around 8°C.
Cloudy but mostly dry, with light to moderate southwest winds and highs of 8°C.
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