Hazy sunshine today with some showers.
A rather cloudy and misty start to the day with isolated showers. The cloud will gradually thin out though allowing warm spells of hazy sunshine to develop in parts. However scattered slow moving downpours will break out too, many of which will be heavy and thundery with spot or even flash type flooding possible until late this evening with disruptive intense falls. Top temperatures of 19 to 22 or 23 degrees. Another calm day with light variable, mainly southerly breezes.
Residual showers will largely die out, but with mist and fog developing in near calm. Mild and close, with lowest temperatures of 10 to 14 degrees.
Early morning mist and fog will clear tomorrow Sunday to give a warm and sunny day generally. Just isolated showers about. Highest temperatures will range 19 to 23 or 24 degrees, warmest inland. Near calm conditions once again but with local sea breezes developing later in the day.