Headline: Cloudy and damp at first, but drier and brighter later.
Today: Cloudy with patchy light rain and drizzle at times, especially during the morning. The cloud may be slow to clear away eastwards into the early afternoon, but it should gradually brighten up from the west, with some sunny spells developing. Maximum Temperature 16C.
Tonight: It will be dry with some clear spells developing overnight. This may allow for some mist, fog and low cloud to form in places by dawn. Light winds. Minimum Temperature 8C.
Wednesday: Early fog and low cloud should soon clear to leave a bright start, with some sunny spells. Cloud and rain will arrive from west during the afternoon, with freshening winds. Maximum Temperature 17C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Early rain clearing east on Thursday, becoming drier and brighter. Friday will see rain or showers, and strengthening winds. Heavy rain and strong winds are likely on Saturday.