Updated at 08:45 - Still some showery bursts of rain about at first but becoming dry generally later this morning, with the afternoon expected to remain dry. The west or south-westerly wind will remain moderate to fresh, locally strong with temperatures rising to 14 or 15 Celsius.Heavy rain moves in tonight with south to south-west, later west to north-westerly winds reaching gale force, gusts to 60 miles per hour in exposed spots.
Tuesday will remain very windy with west or north-west near gale to gale force winds for most parts and occasionally severe gales in exposed locations, gusts of 60 to 65 miles per hour leading to a risk of minor damage. Bright or sunny intervals are likely but with some showers too. Temperatures will reach only 12 Celsius, so it will feel very cold in the wind.
The winds ease on Tuesday night, then for Wednesday a dry start but with rain threatening towards or during the afternoon. Winds fresh to strong from the west or south-west with temperatures creeping up slowly to 14 Celsius.
Mostly cloudy with with a little rain or drizzle, especially in area exposed to the brisk south-westerly wind. A milder day with temperatures up to 15 or 16 Celsius.
Cloudy at first with the risk of some rain but then becoming drier during the second half of the day.
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