The brightest weather will be found over the northern half of the country today and it should hold dry here. Cloudier farther south with some scattered outbreaks of rain or drizzle farther south. Milder today but still quite cold in the north. Light easterly breezes. Highs 6c – 11c. Murky overnight with some patchy rain or drizzle about and local fog patches forming. Lows 2c to 7c. Mostly cloudy but apart from a few patches of light rain or drizzle in western counties it will be a dry day. Light southwesterly breezes. Highs 7c – 11. Outbreaks of rain will spread to all but southern coastal counties on Monday with the most persistent rain in the northwest and staying dry furthest south. Mild westerly breezes. Highs 9c – 12c. After a damp start, Tuesday will turn drier by afternoon. Rain will cross the country on Wednesday. It will turn colder after that for the rest of the week. Unsettled and showery at times with wintry falls possible over mountains and frost at night.