Updated at 11:30 - Still the possibility of a shower this afternoon but largely dry now, with the cloud eventually thinning to give some sunny intervals, whilst also lifting from the hill tops. North or north-westerly winds will be mainly light to moderate but locally fresh around parts of the coast in the west and south-west, whilst temperatures will reach a high of 18 Celsius.
Dry with spells of sunshine, light winds and temperatures rising to 17 or 18 Celsius.
Staying dry on Monday with some sunshine, this perhaps tending to be hazy through high cloud. Winds will be light to moderate, settling west or south-westerly with temperatures again up to 17 or 18 Celsius.
Rather cloudy with some outbreaks of rain developing during the day. A light to moderate west or south-westerly breeze with maximum temperature of 16°C.
Mostly dry but fairly cloudy with a slight chance of an odd shower and a freshening west or south-westerly wind. Afternoon temperatures rising to around 17°C at best.
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