It's staying windy tonight but should quieten down once we past midnight when it will become clearer. With lows of 6 or 7 degrees Celsius, we're also expect a frost-free night ahead.
Some initial brightness tomorrow morning but it will cloud over as windy weather pushes north east before lunchtime. Showers will also fall towards the south of the region during mid afternoon but will hopefully easy off before sunset.
A few sunny spells will start and end the day, but wet weather will move in making it a wet evening. But it will be mild with temperatures peaking at around 12 or 13 degrees Celsius, which is well above the average for this time of year.
It will remain mind Thursday and Friday but temperatures are set to drop by the end of the week.