21 October 2017 04:52
Extremely windy in the South and West this morning with stormy conditions around coasts and the risk of flooding. In the afternoon, strong to gale force Northwest winds will develop countrywide with severe gusts around coasts. Heavy showers or longer spells of rain, with thundery downpours, will continue to feed in across the country. Top temperatures of 13 or 14 degrees.Tonight
The winds will gradually moderate overnight and back Westerly but it will stay very windy early in the night in the North and East. The showers will become more scattered with lowest temperatures of 6 or 7 degrees.
Tomorrow will bring bright spells and scattered showers but rain will spread from the Atlantic during the afternoon and evening. Top temperatures 13 or 14 degrees, fresh Westerly winds will ease for a time and back Southerly.
Widespread rain early on Sunday night will clear Eastwards overnight but may linger in parts of the East until Monday morning.
It will become dry for a time on Monday with sunny spells and in light Southerly breezes it will feel mild, temperatures will range between 14 degrees in the north to 17 degrees in the South.
More showery rain will spread up from the Southwest later on Monday and it looks like there will be further rain at times on Monday night, Tuesday and Wednesday. It will become breezy also but will stay mild with the winds still coming from the South.