Updated at 11:55 - Sunny spells and a dry start to the afternoon but with cloud building to bring an occasional shower mid to late afternoon. West or south-westerly winds will be moderate to fresh, locally strong and temperatures will reach a high of 15 or 16 Celsius. Becoming dry overnight with the wind settling light to moderate from the south or south-west and temperatures down to around 8 Celsius at the lowest.
Mainly cloudy with rain moving in during the morning and further rain at times through the second half of the day. The wind will be light to moderate, mainly south or south-westerly with temperatures only around 14 or 15 Celsius at best.
A cloudy start with, perhaps, a little early rain or drizzle but becoming dry and brighter with sunny intervals developing. Light to moderate south or south-easterly winds will become moderate to fresh from the west or south-west with temperatures rising to 17 or 18 Celsius.
A mostly dry start but with some patchy rain or drizzle and hill fog developing, rain more widely for a time overnight. Winds will become fresh to strong from the southwest with highest temperatures of 18 or 19 Celsius.
Sunny intervals but also the risk of a shower, strong west or south-westerly winds and highs around 17 or 18 Celsius.
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