Updated 9.15am - Rather cloudy with hill fog and some coastal mist or fog patches, especially around the east and south of the island. The low cloud will gradually lift and break to leave bright or sunny spells this afternoon. Becoming quite warm with temperatures rising to 20 or 21 Celsius, with the light south to southwest wind becoming moderate to fresh.
Wet during the morning with the rain turning heavy at times, before gradually clearing into the early afternoon, leaving the rest of the day dry with some sunshine breaking through. The strong south to southwest wind will turn to the northwest and ease as the rain clears. Top temperature of 17 or possibly 18°C.
Bright with sunny intervals and although most places will remain dry a few passing showers are possible, moving through fairly quickly on a fresh westerly wind; highs of 17°C.
A mixture of bright or sunny spells and scattered showers, which may merge into some longer spells of rain at times, most likely later in the day or overnight. Temperatures only reaching up to 16°C at best in a fresh west to northwest wind.
Any rain at first will soon clear leaving much of the day dry and bright with good sunny intervals. Maximum temperature of 16°C once more, in moderate to fresh northwest breezes.
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