Updated at 10:30 pm - Clear intervals and a few showers overnight, with the strong southwest winds veering westerly and increasing to gale force, with gusts of 50 or 55 mph in more exposed locations. Minimum temperatures around 4°C.
A bright day with sunny spells and a few scattered blustery showers passing over quickly, these wintry on the hills. The strong to gale force westerly winds will continue all day, making it feel cold for late March, with the maximum temperature only about 8°C.
Strong westerly winds will ease slightly in the afternoon, but then becoming much lighter during the evening & night. The day itself will be a mostly dry one with some sunshine, although the odd passing shower is still possible. Top temperature of 8 or 9°C.
Mostly fair then rain edging in slowly from the southwest later, with the slight risk of a little sleet or snow on the hills for a time. Maximum temperature of 8°C, with light winds slowly freshening from the south later.
Rain at first, then mostly dry with bright intervals developing. Highest temperature of 11°C with fresh to strong northwesterly winds.
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