Updated at 16:50 - Cloudy through this evening and overnight, with extensive fog on the high ground and a little patchy light rain or drizzle at times. The southerly winds will increase fresh to strong in exposed places, with lowest night-time temperatures a mild 12 to 14 Celsius.
The morning and afternoon will be largely dry, with only a little patchy drizzle possible and a few brighter intervals should develop. However, rain will then soon arrive during the evening. Quite breezy, with fresh to strong southerly winds and the highest temperature near to 17 Celsius.
Again, a mostly dry start but with rain edging in during the second half of the day. Winds will become strong to near gale from the south or south-west, with temperatures around 14 Celsius at best.
Sunny intervals but with the risk of a shower especially later in the day. Brisk south-west winds, which temperatures around 13 Celsius at best.
Sunny intervals but with some showers.and a moderate to fresh, occasionally strong, west or south-westerly breeze; highest temperature around 12 Celsius.
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