Updated at Midday - Hazy sunshine this afternoon before rain moves in later, as the moderate west to south-west wind backs to the south or south-west and becomes strong by this evening with highest temperature around 8°C. Outbreaks of rain will continue at times this evening & tonight as the south to south-west wind increases further becoming strong to gale force with minimum temperatures no lower than 7°C.
Starting wet and windy with a strong to gale force south to south-west wind giving gusts of 50-55mph in exposed spots, but the rain will start to clear early in the afternoon as the wind turns to the west or south-west and eases. Temperatures reaching up to 9 or 10°C at best.
Further spells of rain will affect the island during the day, but will largely clear to the east by late afternoon leaving the night dry with clear spells. Becoming windy once more with the south to south-west wind increasing strong to gale force with a top temperature of 10°C.
Dry and bright at first with some sunny spells, but with scattered showers developing during the day. Maximum temperature of 10°C with as the strong south to south-west wind moderates later in the day.
Further scattered showers will continue to affect the island, perhaps merging into some longer spells of rain at times and turning heavy, but with some bright spells possible in-between. A fresh to strong west to north-west wind and temperatures peaking to around 8°C.
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