Updated 12:15pm - Fairly cloudy with some showery outbreaks of rain developing for a time at first this afternoon, soon clearing to leave the rest of today dry and bright, with sunny spells developing. Winds a light or moderate south-westerly will turn to the northwest early afternoon, temperatures up to 17 Celsius.
Remaining dry for tonight with fairly clear skies, light variable winds, settling east or southeast later and with minimum temperatures down to 9 Celsius.
A dry tomorrow, sunny spells during the day will give way to increasing cloud and hill mist later in the afternoon as the light wind begins to freshen from the south or southeast. Temperatures up to 17 or 18.
Dry for much of the day but generally cloudy with hill mist and a fresher southerly wind, some rain is likely to develop during the evening or overnight, temperatures up to 16.
Cloudy with rain at times at first, clearing early afternoon, winds light SW'ly, highs of 17.
Bright or sunny spells, slight risk of an isolated shower. Winds moderate SW'ly, highs of 17.
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