Updated at 11:30 - Dry with sunny spells and a brisk southeast wind. Temperatures 12 or 13 Celsius but a couple of degrees cooler on windward coasts.
Tonight will be dry with the winds easing a little and lowest temperatures between 5 and 7 Celsius for most parts.
Dry and bright tomorrow with some sunshine but winds will pick up gradually from the north or northeast, becoming fresh to strong by the evening. Temperatures will be around 13 Celsius at best but coasts exposed to the breeze will again be cooler.
There is the risk of a shower but Monday will be mostly dry with sunny intervals developing. Winds will be moderate to fresh from the east or north-east with temperatures up to 15 Celsius in sheltered spots.
Cloudier for a time during Monday night into Tuesday with the threat, perhaps, of some outbreaks of rain.
Still the risk of some rain for a time.
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