03 August 2015- updated at 16:00
Apart from some scattered showers, it will be dry at first this evening in many parts with some sunny spells. However, it will turn cloudy this evening in western parts, with rain arriving before nightfall. Becoming very windy this evening, with southerly winds increasing mostly strong and gusty, increasing to gale force and gusty in western coastal areas.
The rain will spread to all parts early tonight and will be heavy for a time, especially in western parts. The rain will become lighter overnight, with dry spells developing. Winds will veer southwest overnight, easing somewhat, becoming fresh to strong and gusty in inland parts, still near gale force and gusty in coastal parts. Lowest temperatures of 12 or 13 degrees.
Grass Pollen Count
Solar UV Index
Mostly low, but moderate in any sunshine
Tomorrow, Tuesday, will be mostly cloudy with showers or showery outbreaks of rain, with some heavy bursts, especially in northern parts. Some good dry bright sunny spells too, especially later in the day. Continuing rather windy for much of the day with fresh to strong southwesterly winds, near gale force and gusty in some northwestern coastal parts at first, though winds will gradually moderate later in the day. Highest temperatures of 15 to 17 degrees.
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