Patchy rain and drizzle will clear eastwards this morning and sunny spells will develop widely. The rest of the day will be dry apart from one or two isolated showers in the west later. Cooler and fresher than of late with highs of just 13 to 15 Celsius in light to moderate west to northwest breezes. Winds will be fresh at times near windward coasts but they will ease during the afternoon as winds back southwesterly.
Largely dry tonight with clear spells. Becoming cold as temperatures dip to between 4 and 8 Celsius in mostly light south to southwest breezes. A slight grass frost may develop inland. Moderate winds along the west coast will freshen towards morning.
Tomorrow, Thursday, will be a bright day with sunny spells but it will become windy. Most parts will remain dry but outbreaks of rain and drizzle will develop along the west coast around nightfall. Highs of 14 to 16 Celsius. Southerly winds will freshen with strong to gale force winds developing near the west and northwest coasts.