Today: Rather cloudy and windy start, but mainly dry, with some brighter intervals. A blustery band of rain then spreads east around midday, with isolated heavy bursts possible. This clearing to sunny spells later, but staying breezy and turning colder. Maximum temperature 10 deg C (50 deg F).
Tonight: Any afternoon showers soon easing. Cold and dry overnight, with largely clear skies, but staying rather breezy. Patchy frost likely, although some cloud gradually thickening from the west around dawn. Minimum temperature 0 deg C (32 deg F).
Friday: Dry and bright start for most, but windy. Thicker cloud in the northwest gradually spreading south and east, but likely staying dry. Best chance of sunshine in the east. Maximum temperature 9 deg C (48 deg F).
Outlook for Saturday to Monday: Windy and colder, with sunshine and isolated showers Saturday. Cloudier Sunday, with persistent rain clearing later. Further cloud and rain likely for a time Monday, with winds also becoming strong.