The week ahead looks bright, but from Tuesday will turn much colder.
The rest of Sunday will be cloudy with a little rain in the wind. The blustery breeze and cloud will keep temperatures from falling below 7C overnight. Towards morning the cloud will begin to break so Monday should dawn bright and fine with some sunshine.
The westerly wind will continue to blow with some strength from the west. Most of the day will bright and dry although temperatures slightly lower than today, coming in at 8C.
Tuesday will be cloudier and colder, with highs of 6C. The wind then shifts to the northwest, dragging in Arctic air, so expect Wednesday and Thursday to be cold with an icy wind.
This cold snap is likely to be brief, as Atlantic fronts will again dominate come the weekend and into the following week.