A cloudy start with outbreaks of rain, but the rain will quickly clear leaving a mix of sunshine and showers. Some of the showers will turn heavy, especially over the hills, and it will feel chilly in the northwesterly wind. Maximum temperature 12 °C.
Occasional showers, some heavy, will continue throughout the night, although they will become increasingly confined to coastal areas. A cold night, with a widespread frost expected. Lows 3°C.
Apart from an isolated coastal shower during the morning it will be a largely dry day with plenty of sunshine. It will feel chilly in the northwesterly breeze. Highs 11°C.
Cold and clear for most areas. Risk of thicker cloud, stronger breeze and a few showers for the Isle of Man and coastline.
Monday will become cloudy after a cold start, with a strengthening wind and rain developing from the west. Heavy rain and strong winds for a time on Tuesday before clearing. Mainly dry midweek, and bright, perhaps some rain later.