03 August 2015- updated at 06:00
Scattered showers across the province at first today but mainly dry conditions, with sunny spells developing, will come about for a time this morning. However, as the afternoon goes on, cloud will increase from the west and rain will develop along western coasts. The rain will then spread east to affect all areas this evening, turning heavy further west. Fresh to strong, southwest winds will back south as the day goes on and will increase strong to gale force in most places as the rain arrives later, with some severe gusts along the west coast. Highest temperatures today, 15 to 17 degrees Celsius.
Tonight, rain will give way to showery conditions although some of the showers will be heavy at times along the west coast. Winds will veer southwest overnight and will stay very strong and gusty. Lowest temperatures 11 or 12 degrees Celsius.
Grass Pollen Count
Solar UV Index
Moderate to high, decreasing low later.
Tuesday will be a day of scattered showers and sunny intervals. Strong, gusty southwesterly winds will not begin to moderate until later in the evening and temperatures will rise to between 15 and 17 degrees Celsius, coolest in coastal districts. Later tomorrow evening, showers will merge to give longer outbreaks of rain in the south.
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