07 March 2014- updated at 16:00
This evening and tonight will be mainly dry and cold at first. Cloud will increase from the south during the night, bringing patches of rain and drizzle, especially to coastal areas, with hill and coastal fog. It will become mild, with fresh to strong south to southeast winds. Minimum temperatures 3 to 5 degrees early on, rising to 8 or 9 degrees by morning.
Tomorrow, Saturday, will be mostly dry inland, with a few bright spells, especially in the east, but it will be predominantly cloudy with rain and drizzle on Atlantic coasts. Hill and coastal fog will persist also. Mild and windy. Maximum temperatures 12 to 14 Celsius, in a fresh to strong southerly wind.
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