Updated at 11:45 - The afternoon will be dry with the cloud lifting and breaking to give a good deal of sunshine. Light to moderate winds from the west or northwest will become west or southwest during the afternoon with a highest temperature of 16 Celsius. Tonight will be dry with the wind, becoming south or southwest, freshening later and a lowest temperature of 8 Celsius.
Dry first thing but with cloud thickening quickly to bring rain, heavy at times, in the morning. During the afternoon, though, the rain will start to peter out and it’s possible that skies will brighten. Winds, becoming fresh to strong, locally near gale from the south or southeast at first, will turn south or southwest during the afternoon and ease a touch, with a highest temperature of around 17 Celsius.
The slight risk of a light shower but mostly dry with, perhaps, some bright intervals, brisk south or southeast winds and highs near to 17 Celsius.
Cloudy with outbreaks of rain moving in slowly from the west, a moderate south or southeast wind and temperatures up to 17 Celsius.
Rain at first then becoming dry, the winds light and with temperatures peaking at 18 Celsius.
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