Mainly dry with a mix of sunny spells and cloudier periods today. Moderate cool southerly breeze. Highs 5c – 9c. Stay dry overnight with frost developing where skies remain clear for any length of time. Lows -3c to +3c. Apart from some patchy light rain in some west and northwestern coastal areas, most places will stay dry with a mix of sunny spells and cloudier periods. Moderate southwesterly wind. Highs 6c – 10c. Outbreaks of mainly light rain and drizzle will spread slowly from the west on Monday but eastern counties will hold dry for most of the day. Moderate southerly winds. Highs 7c – 11c. After a mainly dry start, wet and windy weather will spread from the west on Tuesday but only reaching the east later in the day. Turning wet and windy again on Wednesday before turning colder and showery on Thursday. Showery on Friday too but some signs of settling down after that and in the run up to St Patrick’s Day.