A bright but chilly start with any isolated wintry showers soon dying out.
Clouding over through the day and turning increasingly windy again with outbreaks of rain developing by mid-afternoon, spreading east into the evening.
Feeling chilly with highs at best to 9°C.
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Rather cloudy with scattered showers throughout the day, more frequent and heavy over higher ground.
Although winds may ease for a time during the morning, windy from the west by afternoon.
Feeling noticeably cooler than Saturday. Highs 8 °C
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Starting mild but wet and windy, with gales in exposure as occasionally heavy rain sweeps eastwards. Gusts 50-60mph.
Remaining windy, but becoming brighter and fresher into the afternoon, with blustery showers possible (more likely in the west).
Away from the wind and showers, it will feel warm, with highs to 13°C.
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