Updated at Midday - The evening & night will be largely dry, although cloud may thicken to give an isolated shower later. North or north-westerly winds will be mainly moderate to fresh but locally strong and blustery at first, with lowest night-time temps near to 7 Celsius.
Most places will be dry, with just the slight risk of an isolated light shower first thing in the morning. Skies may be rather cloudy to start with but sunny spells will develop quite widely towards & during the afternoon. The north-westerly winds, mainly moderate to fresh at first, will pick up gradually, becoming strong & quite gusty in the afternoon, temperatures only around 13 Celsius at best with the wind making it feel cold.
Mostly dry with sunny intervals and just perhaps an isolated shower. The north to north-westerly winds, strong to near gale, locally gale force, will make it feel cold again, highest temperature 12 Celsius.
Dry and bright with some sunshine. Fresh to strong northerly winds easing to a moderate or fresh breeze, with highest temperatures around 13 Celsius.
Dry with sunny intervals and much less windy.
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