Occasionally bright with showers, and blustery later on.

Saturday will be cold and breezy with some sunshine during the morning and a few showers later on. Cloud and winds will increase towards midday with blustery, heavy showers. Gales are likely near coasts and the maximum temperature will only reach 8 degrees celsius.

Tonight:

Generally cloudy and windy overnight with further scattered, heavy showers. Winds will begin picking up towards dawn, but with fewer showers. A slight ground frost may form in sheltered inland parts and the minimum temperature will dip to 3 degrees celsius.

Sunday:

Scattered cloud with bright and sunny spells. The day will be mainly dry, although a few showers are possible. It will be feeling cold with strong southwesterly winds. The maximum temperature will again only reach 8 degrees celsius.

Looking further into next week, Monday will be mainly dry and bright at first, but with strong to gale southerly winds. Rain will spread from the west later.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be wet and windy with occasional gales.