Rest of Saturday:
A band of rain, heavy at times, spreads in from the west. Becoming very windy with gales, mainly in the northwest. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
The rain will clear southeast during the evening and winds should ease a little overnight. Clearer conditions will spread in from the west later on with perhaps a few showers. Despite clearer skies there should be enough wind to keep most of us frost free. Chilly in sheltered spots, 3-5 °C.
It should be a largely dry, bright but blustery morning. Through the afternoon it is set to turn cloudier with showery outbreaks of rain spreading in from the southwest later and winds becoming strong again. Gales continue for the coast. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.
Monday and Tuesday will be less mild, rather breezy but largely dry. There will also be some sunshine with Tuesday looking the best day of the week at this stage. Patchy frosts are more likely with overnight lows away from towns and cities down to 2/3°C.
Into Wednesday another very windy spell heads our way as a band of rain moves in from the west.