30 June 2015- updated at 13:00
Rather cloudy today especially in more western parts of the province and near the south coast and there will be some patchy light rain at times mostly along the coasts with some coastal fog patches also but dry periods also. Generally dry further east with a good deal of cloud, but brightening up with some sunny spells developing in more eastern areas. Top temperatures will range from 18 or 19 degrees in the duller areas and on coasts to 23 degrees in more eastern parts and winds will be moderate south to southeasterly fresh at first on the coasts.
Mild, humid and misty tonight with patchy drizzle and fog and lows of 13 or 14 degrees.
Grass Pollen Count
Solar UV Index
Moderate but high in any sunshine.
Wednesday will be humid and close, mostly cloudy in many areas with some rain at times in more western parts, turning persistent there later, drier further east with possibly some warm sunny breaks developing at times, but the risk of some heavy - possibly thundery - showers breaking out in the afternoon. Afternoon highs of 18 to 22 degrees, coolest along the coasts due to sea breezes and some mist or fog.
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