Sunday 19 May 2013
Mostly cloudy to start this morning, though any mist patches will clear and the day will be dry. It'll gradually brighten up with some sunny spells during the afternoon and evening. Highest temperatures will range 14 to 18 degrees - warmest in the south and east. Light variable winds.
Most places will remain dry tonight, though a few spots of drizzle may arise near western coasts and on hills. It'll be very misty, with fog patches forming widely in near calm conditions. Very mild. Lowest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees.
Monday 20 May 2013
Tomorrow Monday will be another dry day with varying cloud and warm sunny spells. Highest temperatures 15 to 19 degrees.
The period from Monday night through most of midweek will be mild and mostly dry. Monday night will be dry and clear with light winds. Tuesday will be a bright, very mild and mostly dry day with variable cloud and good sunny spells and light northwest breezes. It'll be dry apart from isolated light showers near northwest coasts. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be dry days with good sunny spells and variable cloud along with good drying. While temperatures will be near or slightly below normal, it'll feel pleasant in the sunshine and winds mainly from the northwest will light. Then the signs are that some rain may get into the north and west next weekend, though this is uncertain at the moment and if it happens amounts will be small.