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Rain or showers at times but sunny in between,
Scattered showers pushing in from the east through the morning but with plenty of dry and sunny spells in between. Chance of some more persistent rain affecting the far south of the region during the afternoon. Northeasterly winds picking up. Maximum temperature 13 °C.
The odd shower may linger this evening and overnight but on the whole it will be dry with clear spells, giving a chilly feel. Minimum temperature 2 °C.
A sunny morning with a mix of sunshine and showers tomorrow afternoon. Feeling cool in gusty northerly winds. Maximum temperature 12 °C.
Staying windy, particularly in the east, over the weekend but largely dry with a good deal of sunshine. Some wet weather on Monday but with lighter winds.
Cloud and outbreaks of drizzle affecting the east and west at first with dry weather in between on Monday. Initially many places dry Tuesday before cloud and rain arrive later. Into the middle of next week, it is set to return to unsettled conditions. There will be generally windy weather coupled with showers and occasional longer spells of rain at times. The heaviest rain most likely in the west and northwest, which may also see gales, low likelihood of severe, at times. Although in the east and southeast, there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather. Temperatures will generally be rather cool, potentially cooler in more persistent rainfall, and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north during any brief interludes of calmer weather.
Further into October, conditions are likely to remain unsettled for most. The most unsettled conditions being in southern areas. Generally windy with a chance of gales however the risk of gales reduces later in the period. Feeling cool throughout with a risk of overnight frost. Lighter winds means that morning fog patches may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.