A dry early morning will quickly turn very wet and windy for all, with gales for most locations and severe gales likely on coastlines. Rain will be heavy and persistent, especially on the hills. Maximum temperature 13 deg C.
Tonight: Very unsettled and windy overnight, with heavy rain remaining firmly established over most parts. The odd rumble of thunder is possible. Minimum temperature 2 deg C.
Sunday: The prolonged rain should have moved through to the southeast during the morning, though still remaining very windy. Conditions thereafter turning showery, though there should be some bright spells. Maximum temperature 9 deg C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Monday and Tuesday remaining windy, with frequent blustery showers, though there should still be some brightness around. By Wednesday, winds should ease, leading to a much calmer and drier day.