Updated 4:30 pm - Staying dry and mostly clear through this evening and overnight, with the northerly breeze fresh in exposed locations but light or moderate elsewhere. Away from windward coasts temperatures will fall close to zero, down to a degree or two below freezing in the coldest spots and over the hills, giving a widespread frost and the risk of some icy patches.
A fine and sunny day, with the northerly winds soon becoming light over all parts. Temperatures will reach a chilly 5 Celsius at best, and only 1 or 2 Celsius on the hills, where the frost may survive in some places. Then another widespread frost will soon develop tomorrow evening, before temperatures gradually recover overnight as the southerly winds increase.
The daytime will be generally dry with, perhaps, some early brightness but skies will turn cloudier during the day with south to southwest winds becoming strong to gale force, and temperatures reaching 8 Celsius. Towards or during the evening rain will move in, becoming heavy at times overnight, although the winds will ease later.
Rain, quite heavy at first, but with a dry and gradually brighter afternoon, the winds mainly moderate from the west or northwest.
Sunny intervals and isolated wintry showers with a moderate to fresh west-northwest wind.
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