Updated 21:00 - Cloud will thicken occasionally to bring a little rain or drizzle tonight. Light to moderate west or southwest winds will swing west or northwest overnight and become moderate to fresh with a lowest temperature of 5 Celsius.
Mostly cloudy at first with light rain or drizzle at times but becoming dry generally mid to late morning. A mostly dry afternoon will follow, with sunny intervals developing and just the slight risk of a shower. Moderate to fresh west or northwest winds will turn northwest before strengthening during the afternoon, becoming fresh to strong, perhaps near gale in exposed locations; highest temperature 9 or 10 Celsius.
Sunny intervals but the cold, moderate to fresh, locally strong north or northwest wind may bring one or two wintry showers; highest temperature 9 Celsius.
Mostly dry with bright or sunny spells and only a slight risk of an isolated wintry shower. Maximum temperature of 9 Celsius with a fresh north to north-westerly wind.
Cloudy with outbreaks of rain at first, gradually clearing later in the day. Highest temperature of 10 Celsius with a mainly moderate north-westerly breeze.
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