Updated at 4:45 pm - Any remaining pockets of drizzle will die out this evening, and it will then be dry overnight as the fresh to strong northwest winds back westerly and ease. Minimum temperature 8 Celsius.
A cloudy and rather dull day, and a little patchy light rain or drizzle is possible at times, most likely during the afternoon. Moderate west or southwest winds, with the high ground seeing mist and fog for much of the day. Mild though, the maximum temperature 12 Celsius.
Patchy light rain at first will give way to heavy rain towards and during the afternoon, although the wet weather will clear later. Winds, becoming strong to near gale from the south-west, will swing west or north-west as the rain moves away. Temperatures near to 11 or 12 Celsius in the morning, will dip sharply later in the afternoon.
Outbreaks of rain and strong to gale force west or south-westerly winds will make it feel cold, highest temperature 8 or 9 Celsius.
Occasional showers and strong to near gale west or south-westerly winds. Highest temperature 11 Celsius.
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