After a cool and comfortable Tuesday night, we expect a dry, sunny dawn.
A bright start to Wednesday then, with any mist patches lifting quickly.
This afternoon, cloud starts to bubble up turning sunshine into sunny spells. There may be scattered showers in places, the odd sharp one, tops peaking around 22 or 23c 73f. Light winds.
Thursday pans out much like Wednesday: starts reasonably bright, cloud building, showers developing. Temperatures remain mild and in the low 20's celsius as the light wind continues to blow from the SW.
Friday, low pressure from the west brings a more organised area of cloud and rain. This precipitation looks like being mostly light and patchy at the moment as it pushes eastwards. A little damp and drizzly at times.
A fine weekend in prospect, just the odd shower, 20-23c, 68-73f.