Updated at 11:45am - This afternoon will remain dry and bright with good sunny intervals, but feeling quite cold in the fresh to strong west or northwest wind with temperatures around 7 or 8°C. Tonight will also be dry with a moderate to fresh westerly wind and lowest temperature generally around 5 or 6°C, but perhaps as low as 3°C over the hills.
Much of the day will be dry but rather cloudy, with the cloud thickening to bring a little rain or drizzle later in the day and overnight. The moderate to fresh westerly wind will turn south-westerly and become strong later in the day with a maximum temperature of 9°C.
Rain at first will quickly clear to scattered wintry showers with some bright or perhaps sunny spells in-between. Highest temperature of 7°C, but feeling much colder in the strong to gale force west or north-westerly wind.
Continuing windy and cold, with strong to gale force west or northwest winds and a mixture of sunny spells and frequent wintry showers. Maximum temperature of 6°C.
Cold with strong northwest winds and scattered showers, with a risk of being wintry still, especially over the hills. Breezy with fresh or strong west or north-west winds and highest temperature of 6°C.
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