11 December 2013 10:45
Mild and breezy today, windy near west and northwest coasts. Most areas will continue dry and cloudy, but some sunny spells will occur locally. Patchy mist or drizzle too, mainly near west and southwest coasts, with more general rain here later this evening. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees Celsius, in fresh to strong and gusty southerly winds.Tonight
Mild and breezy tonight with rain gradually spreading eastwards. Some heavy falls in parts of the southwest, west and northwest, but rain will be more fragmented further to the east. Low cloud and fog on hills and coasts. Overnight lows of 8 to 11 degrees Celsius, with fresh and gusty southerly winds persisting.
Very mild, humid and breezy tomorrow Thursday. Some outbreaks of rain will occur - mainly across southern and eastern counties. Rain will become more scattered in the afternoon with long dry spells developing across most areas, and the chance of some sunny spells. Highest temperatures 12 to 14 degrees Celsius, possibly reaching 15 degrees in parts of the west. Southerly winds will be fresh to strong.
Outlook is for more unsettled weather. Still relatively mild, but there is an increasing risk of some frost over the weekend.
Thursday night: Mild, breezy and cloudy on Thursday night with some rain at times and some low cloud, mist and fog also on hills and exposed coasts. Overnight lows of 8 or 9 degrees in moderate to fresh southerly breezes.
Friday: Cloudy and damp on Friday morning with rain in many areas but clearing by early afternoon with brighter cooler weather developing with some showers of rain or hail in western areas. Afternoon temperatures of 8 or 9 degrees in moderate southwest to west breezes.
Cold on Friday night with some rain or hail showers in western or northwestern areas and some frost developing for a time. However later in the night strengthening southerly winds will return bringing a rise in temperatures, with rain developing in western areas by Saturday morning.
Saturday: Rather windy with some heavy rain in western areas spreading eastwards later in the day, but clearing on Saturday night and colder, clearer weather following with danger of frost overnight.
Sunday: Another band of rain will move into western areas on Sunday morning, spreading to eastern areas during the afternoon, turning more showery on Sunday night with a risk of frost.
Outlook is for unsettled weather for the early days of next week with some mild wet spells, alternating with colder, clearer, showery conditions.
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