Temperatures are set to reach the mid-20s as the week starts off with a warm dry spell.
Monday and Tuesday will be dry days with long spells of sunshine continuing until evening time with highest temperatures of 23 degrees.
Rain will develop in the west late on Tuesday evening, becoming heavy and persistent during the night as it spread eastwards.
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Wednesday will start dry and bright in the west and the overnight rain in the east will clear by lunchtime. It will be a cooler day, with top temperatures of around 18 degrees.
Thursday will start off as another dry but showers in the west will become more widespread in the afternoon.
Unfortunately, the early indications are that this cooler, unsettled weather will continue into the weekend.
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