Updated at midday - Staying dry for much of the afternoon, and some bright intervals are still possible. However, late in the afternoon or early in the evening outbreaks of rain will move in, these becoming heavy at times. The southerly winds today will increase fresh to strong, with highest temperatures of 16 or 17 Celsius. Tonight the rain will clear, as winds turn west or southwesterly and ease moderate or fresh. Lowest temperature tonight 8 Celsius.
Dry at first but with rain, heavy at times late afternoon into the evening, accompanied by strong to gale force southerly wind, temperatures reaching 14 Celsius. The rain will clear overnight, with the winds easing.
Sunny intervals but, after a dry start, showers will develop later, possibly becoming heavy and prolonged overnight. South-westerly winds will be moderate to fresh, locally strong, with temperatures near to 13 Celsius at best.
Sunny intervals but with showers.and a moderate to fresh, occasionally strong, west or south-westerly breeze; highest temperature around 12 Celsius.
Sunny intervals and a risk of the odd shower. A moderate to fresh north or north-westerly breeze will set in, temperatures rising to 12 or 13 Celsius.
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