Updated 04:40 - It will soon become very windy today with the stiff south-southwesterly quickly increasing to gale or severe gale force this morning, gusts 60 to 70mph causing some travel disruption and damage in places. Outbreaks of rain soon developing then gradually clearing around late morning, leaving the afternoon mostly dry with sunny spells and only fast-moving isolated showers, but still windy. Temperatures 16 or 17 Celsius at best. It will become less windy tonight, with clear spells.
A dry and fairly bright morning with some sunshine then rain spreading from the south during the afternoon, becoming persistent and heavy at times into the evening. Moderate or fresh southwest winds will soon decrease for much of the day, but quickly becoming a stronger north-westerly later. Highs of 15°C.
Scattered showers on Friday with sunny intervals and rather cool, blustery, west-northwest winds until later. Temperatures only reaching about 14°C.
Much of the day will be dry and bright with some sunshine, which will turn hazy during the afternoon. Maximum temperature of 15°C in a moderate westerly wind, which will turn to the east or southeast later in the day and freshen. Rain developing overnight into Sunday morning, heavy at times.
Heavy rain at first, then sunny intervals into the afternoon with a few scattered showers. Strong to gale force southwest winds, veering northwest later.
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