Rain turning heavier & more persistent for a time Saturday night, before pressure builds & fine and dry weather sets in for the week ahead
A dry, mild and settled outlook from Monday but Sunday will be rather cloudy with patchy rain developing from the northwest.
Things are set to settle down and feel more like spring in the week ahead.
A good deal of cloud though the day with some patchy light rain, mainly in the west over hills.
Cloud will continue to thicken with rain turning more persistent later in the afternoon and in the evening.
Lighter winds. Highs above the average 9-11 °C
Rain across the west extending northeast across most parts in the morning, although little rain in the east.
Dry in the afternoon with some brightness in east. Mild and windy. Maximum temperature 12 °C.
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