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Mainly dry this evening with pleasant sunny spells to end the day and the wind easing.
Tonight will be dry in many areas with clear spells especially early in the night. Later in the night cloud, will increase from the Atlantic with some patchy drizzle likely in Western counties towards morning. Lowest temperatures 3 to 6 degrees with a touch of grass frost possible in some eastern parts. Mist and fog shallow fog patches will form also as the winds decrease very light or calm.
Saturday morning will be dry in the East with some hazy sunshine for a time. Western parts will be rather dull with some outbreaks of rain and drizzle. This will become more persistent in places during the afternoon and will edge further in over the country. Eastern counties should stay dry though through the day. Feeling a little milder than today with highest temperatures of 14 to 16 degrees with light mainly Southerly breezes.
3 Day Outlook
Saturday night will become mostly dry across the country although there is still the risk of a few light showers or spells of drizzle along western coastal areas. Southerly winds will be light overnight and temperatures will fall again to between 5 and 9 degrees, possibly cooler under long clear spells.
Sunday will see fair weather for the majority of the country and for the majority of the day. There is the threat of showers along western coastal areas but for the most part the day will stay dry and there will be good sunshine for a time. Temperatures during the day are expected to reach highs of between 15 and 17 degrees and it will be warmest inland in the east. Near coasts of the south and west it will be a couple of degrees cooler. Later on Sunday cloud will thicken in the west and towards Sunday night rain will reach western coasts, spreading eastwards overnight.
Rain will be heavy and persistent on Monday and will affect all areas. It will break up during the day and become showery in nature but the showers will be heavy and persistent so the dry spells will be short. Temperatures will reflect the poor sunshine and will reach only between 11 and 13 degrees and winds will be moderate to fresh southwest, veering westerly later. The showers will ease up on Monday night, becoming confined to the west and winds will ease.
Showers will start up again quickly on Tuesday and will be frequent and heavy through the day. Temperatures will be low for the time of year and winds will be moderate to fresh westerly. Again the showers and wind will both ease overnight.
The further outlook in to the early days of next week is for continued unsettled weather with spells of rain or showers. Temperatures will recover slowly through the week and westerly winds will prevail.