Sunday will be a day of sunny spells and scattered showers, the shower fading during the evening to leave a dry night with clear skies and a patchy ground frost. Monday will start on a dry, bright note before thickening cloud brings further showery outbreaks form the west.
Today:Rather cold, but bright and breezy with sunshine and scattered blustery showers. These showers will be more numerous in the afternoon, with some turning heavy and bringing a risk of hail and thunder. Maximum temperature 10 °C.
Tonight:Showers gradually easing into the evening to become generally dry by the early hours. Largely clear skies and lighter winds may then allow a slight frost in a few places. Minimum temperature 1 °C.
Monday:Chilly but fine at first, however sunshine will gradually be replaced by advancing cloud from the west, ahead of a rather cloudy end to the day with a little rain. Maximum temperature 12 °C.