This morning rain will clear the east and good sunny spells will develop. It will be a blustery day with scattered showers and some showers will turn heavy, especially in the west and north. Top temperatures will reach 11 to 13 degrees in fresh to strong and gusty westerly winds.
Tonight will become mostly dry with good clear spells, but scattered showers will continue for a time in the west and north. Lowest temperatures will fall to between 3 and 6 degrees. Westerly winds will be moderate to fresh at first but decrease light to moderate towards morning.
Tomorrow, Tuesday will be mostly dry apart from a few passing showers. There will be good sunny spells at first, but cloud will increase later. Top temperatures will reach 10 to 14 degrees in a moderate to fresh westerly breeze which will back southwesterly and ease by evening.
3 Day Outlook
Showers will become confined to northern and western coasts on Monday night, and clear spells will develop elsewhere; it will turn cold with a touch of grass frost in inland parts of the South as the winds moderate.
For Tuesday, showers will persist in the north and west for a time but many places will be dry and bright with sunny breaks, with the westerly breezes easing further as the day goes on. Still a bit on the cool side.
As the winds turn Southerly for Wednesday it will be a milder day with temperatures in the low to mid-teens. Much of the country will be dry with sunny spells but a cold front close to the West coast brings the likelihood of some rain in these parts especially during the afternoon and evening.
For the rest of the week, temperatures will be close to normal for early May. Aside from a little rain in places on Thursday, it will be dry with broken cloud and winds will be lighter.