27 April 2015- updated at 06:00
After a mostly dry start, showers of rain and hail will spread from the west this morning. Some of the showers will be heavy and thundery and some will fall as sleet over higher ground. There'll be some sunny spells too though. It will become windy too during the morning, with southwest to west winds increasing fresh and gusty, strong and gusty in exposed western and northern parts. The winds will veer northwesterly during the afternoon and increase to near gale force and gusty for a time in western and northern parts. Cool; with highest temperatures of only 7 to 9 degrees.
There'll be further showers tonight, mainly in western and northern parts and some will be wintry over higher ground. Winds will back west to southwesterly and decrease mostly moderate overnight, but will still be fresh to strong in western and northern coastal parts. Cold; with lowest temperatures of 0 to 3 degrees, with frost in some sheltered spots.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, will bring sunshine and showers, some of hail and some will be thundery and some will be of sleet over higher ground. Highest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees in moderate to fresh and gusty southwest to westerly winds, backing southwesterly later.
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