It was a chilly start to the week with northerly winds and the temperatures will stay slightly below average.
After a chilly start, Thursday will be bright but thickening cloud from the north will bring isolated showery rain. Some places staying dry. Cool with highs of 15°C.
Yesterday’s showers clear to a day of bright spells and occasional afternoon showers on Friday. Still not warm, highs of 16°C.
A cold start on Saturday but a promising day with sunny spells and generally dry with an outside chance of an early shower or two. Highs of 16°C.
Sunday looks a bright day with sunny spells turning hazy later. Risk of rain into the evening and overnight. Highs of 16°C.
Looking ahead for Bank Holiday Monday it looks like the Atlantic will feed us with showery rain from time to time and a little breezy. Highs of 16°C.
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