It will be cold and mainly dry this evening and at first tonight with temperatures dipping to between zero and 4 Celsius. Winds will be light and ground frost will develop. However, the frost will clear overnight as cloud increases and persistent, or locally heavy, rain spreads from the southwest. It will become milder overnight and breezy also with a southwest winds increasing moderate to fresh inland and strong on exposed coasts.
The rain will become light and scattered on Tuesday morning and mostly confined to western parts in the afternoon. Staying cloudy through the day but mild and breezy or windy. Highest temperatures 11 to 13 Celsius, with fresh to strong and gusty southwest winds reaching near gale force and gusty on exposed western coasts.