Mostly cloudy this evening, with outbreaks of heavy showery rain and a risk of some thundery bursts, but some dry spells too. Cold and rather windy with mostly fresh to strong and gusty west to southwest winds, reaching near gale force and gusty in some western coastal parts.
Mostly cloudy tonight, with occasional outbreaks of showery rain, giving way to more persistent heavy rain overnight. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees. Winds will decrease mostly fresh and occasionally gusty for a time in inland parts, but it will become very windy later in the night, with southwest winds increasing strong to gale force and gusty, with strong gales in exposed western parts by morning time.
Very windy or possibly stormy on Sunday morning with rain, which will be heavy at times, and with strong to gale force and very gusty southwest winds, and with severe gales in western and northern parts. The rain will clear away southeastwards to well scattered showers later in the morning and early afternoon and the winds will veer west to northwesterly. The winds will only gradually start to moderate later in the day though. Highest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees during the morning, but turning colder for the afternoon and evening.