Any patchy mist and fog will gradually clear through the morning.
It will then be a largely dry day for most with some hazy sunshine.
However, it will be cloudier in the southeast where a few showers are possible, and some rain is expected in the northwest as well.
In the sunshine it should feel fairly pleasant with highs of 17 Celsius (63F) but there will be a brisk easterly breeze.
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After any mist and fog patches have cleared through the morning it will be a mostly fine day with sunny intervals.
Across the northern and western isles it'll be cloudier with outbreaks of rain.
We may also see the odd shower in western parts of the mainland, though these will be short lived with the majority of the country staying dry.
It'll feel fresher than previous days with maximum temperatures reaching 18 degrees (64F).
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Today will be a generally dry, sunny and fresh feeling day for all.
There will be some isolated light showers in the south with cloud and rain in the extreme northeast, but most places will remain dry.
It will also be fairly breezy in the northwest.
Top temperature today of 17 Celsius (63 F).
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