Updated at 05:00 - The slight risk of a shower but mostly dry today. There is the chance of some bright intervals or hazy sunshine but skies will tend to be rather cloudy. South-westerly winds, fresh to strong, locally near gale in exposed locations this morning, will become strong to near gale generally during the afternoon with temperatures reaching 14 Celsius.
Mostly cloudy with hill fog and a little rain or drizzle, chiefly in windward areas. The south to south-westerly winds will remain strong, with temperatures reaching a mild 16, perhaps 17 Celsius.
Rain, some heavy, at first will clear gradually during the second half of the day with the winds turning north or north-westerly and easing. A mild start but with turning colder during the day.
Dry with the chance of some hazy sunshine and a moderate east to north-easterly breeze but daytime temperatures reaching only 11 Celsius
Cloudy with rain at times and a freshening south to south-easterly wind.
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