Updated at 16:45 - The odd shower is possible but it will be dry for much of the time this evening and overnight. Westerly winds will be moderate to fresh, locally strong in exposed spots, with lowest night-time temperatures around 5 or 6 Celsius generally but down to 2 or 3 in upland areas.
A good deal of dry weather with some sunshine, although one or two brief showers may crop up. The westerly wind, becoming strong generally and reaching near gale in exposed locations, will make it feel cold, temperatures around 8 Celsius at best.
Mostly dry with some hazy sunshine. Strong westerly winds will ease a little during the afternoon and it will feel chilly again with highs near to 8 or 9 Celsius.
Cloudy with a little light and patchy rain or drizzle possible at times. West or south-westerly winds will be strong to near gale with temperatures up to 11, perhaps 12 Celsius.
Mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain and a strong west or southwesterly wind, which will ease slightly later in the day; temperatures again around 11 Celsius.
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