Updated at 20:55 - Cloudy overnight with rain or drizzle at times, some of this turning heavy and with cloud lowering to bring fog to the hills. The wind will become strong generally from the south or southwest overnight, near gale in exposed locations with gusts 50 to 55 miles per hour; temperatures at the lowest near to 4 Celsius and rising overnight.
Much of the day will be cloudy with rain or drizzle and hill fog. However, it will become drier later in the afternoon with the chance that some bright intervals will develop. Strong, locally near gale force south or southwest winds will ease during the afternoon and temperatures will reach a high of 10 Celsius.
A dry start but rain at times from about late morning, the rain becoming persistent and heavier during the course of the afternoon, before starting to clear in the evening. The wind will become strong to gale force from the south or southwest, with gusts to 55 miles per hour and temperatures will peak at 10 Celsius.
The threat of an occasional light shower but dry for much of the time and with the chance of some sunshine. A much less windy day with a mainly moderate to fresh southwesterly breeze but temperatures of only 7 Celsius at best.
Sunny intervals but a fairly brisk west or northwest wind will bring some showers; highest temperature around 8 Celsius.
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