A dry and bright start to Monday, though turning rapidly cloudy as light rain moves in from the south. Drier by the afternoon but further rain expected later, heavy and persistent in places, with thundery downpours possible.
Maximum temperature 17 deg C (63 deg F).
Heavy rain clearing northeast early evening. Mostly cloudy but fog likely in any prolonged clear spells, essentially in the west. The odd shower in the south around dawn.
Minimum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).
Cloud slowly breaking to sunny spells but a few showers on Tuesday, some perhaps on the heavy side in the afternoon. Dry but becoming breezy during the evening.
Maximum temperature 16 deg C (61 deg F).
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Breezy with early rain on Wednesday, soon clearing east to sunshine. Chilly start on Thursday, then increasingly breezy with sunny spells and isolated showers, particularly on Friday where locally heavy.