Updated at 4:30 pm - The west to northwesterly winds, still gale or severe gale force at first, will ease significantly through this evening. One or two showers are still possible, but it will then be dry overnight as the winds ease further to become moderate or fresh. Minimum temperature 8 Celsius.
Dry first thing but with outbreaks of rain from about mid to late morning into the afternoon. Winds will be moderate to fresh, locally strong, from the west or south-west with temperatures reaching 13 Celsius.
Mostly dry at first on Thursday but areas exposed to the moderate or fresh south-westerly breeze will be murky with hill fog and, perhaps, a little drizzle. Later in the day and overnight rain will develop more widely. A milder day with temperatures up to 15 or 16 Celsius.
Cloudy at first with the risk of some rain but then becoming drier during the second half of the day.
Mostly dry with sunny intervals, temperatures reaching 14 Celsius but with a strong south-westerly wind.
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