Updated 12:15pm - Turning cloudier this afternoon with some scattered wintry showers developing for a time. Top temperature around 7 or 8°C with a moderate to fresh, locally strong west to southwest wind. Much of this evening and tonight will be dry with clear spells and a fresh to strong west to northwest wind. However later in the night some wintry showers will start to redevelop. Temperatures falling generally near to 2 or 3°C, but close to freezing over the hills.
Scattered wintry showers will continue to affect the island, with northern and central parts most at risk. They will move through fairly quickly though on the fresh to strong west to northwest wind. Temperatures only reaching up to 6 or 7°C at best, and feeling colder in the wind.
Much of the day will be dry with some sunshine possible at first, before it turns cloudy during the afternoon ahead of rain moving in through the evening and overnight. Breezy with a fresh to strong west to northwest wind with highs of 7 or 8°C.
Cloudy with some bright or perhaps sunny spells breaking through into the afternoon, but with a few passing showers developing later in the afternoon & evening. Windy with a fresh to strong west to northwest wind and maximum temperature of 7 or possibly 8°C.
Any lingering rain or showers at first, will soon clear away leaving the rest of the day mostly dry with sunny intervals. Highest temperature of 6°C with a strong northerly wind.
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