Monday 28 July 2014
Some bright or sunny spells this evening but overall there will be a good deal of cloud. Many areas will remain dry, but there will be a few scattered showers in the west and northwest.
Tonight, outbreaks of rain and drizzle will spread southeastwards across the country, though rainfall amounts will be small. It will be a little milder than last night with lowest temperatures 13 to 15 degrees in a light westerly breeze.
Tuesday 29 July 2014
Tomorrow, Tuesday, will start dull in the east with patchy drizzle. This will clear during the morning and it will brighten up everywhere, however it will stay rather cloudy in most places. Highest temperatures will range 17 to 21 degrees in a moderate northwesterly breeze.
Tuesday night will become dry with clear spells developing in many areas, although rain will linger along the northwest coast. Temperatures overnight will fall to between 11 and 13 degrees and winds will fall light westerly. Wednesday will be mainly dry and bright with sunny spells and just occasional showers. It will still be cloudier along the west and northwest coasts however, where the showers or outbreaks of rain will be more persistent. Temperatures will be around normal for the time of year, reaching between 18 and 22 degrees during the afternoon, warmest in the southeast. Winds will be moderate westerly, backing southwest later and decreasing light overnight. Showers will be heavier and more widespread on Thursday and it will be a cloudier day overall. Temperatures around normal for the time of year and winds will be moderate west to southwest, decreasing light again overnight as showers retreat to the coasts of the west and northwest. Friday will see more sunshine and showers, some of the showers heavy during the afternoon. Winds will be mainly light from the southwest and temperatures will be a little lower than earlier in the week with a fresher night too. The current indications suggest unsettled conditions for the weekend with occasional rain or showers likely and moderate westerly winds.