Updated at 11.45am - This afternoon will be fine and dry with prolonged periods of sunshine and a light to moderate east or southeasterly breeze. Temperatures reaching up to 9°C at best. Remaining dry this evening and overnight with largely clear skies and a light to moderate southeasterly wind. Temperatures falling as low as 2 or 3°C with a risk of a ground frost in sheltered spots, especially in the north and west of the island.
After a chilly and frosty start, it will be another fine and dry day with some sunny spells, but with some low cloud possible for a time later in the morning and early afternoon. The wind will be light to moderate from the southeast, before easing and turning southwesterly during the afternoon with temperatures once again rising to 9°C.
Dry but rather cloudy. Slight risk of ground frost at night. Mostly light westerly winds.
Mostly dry and fairly bright at times. Light or moderate westerly winds freshening later.
Mostly dry with bright intervals. Fresh westerly wind veering northwest later.
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