Today, any mist patches or low cloud will clear quickly in the morning, to leave a dry and mostly sunny day. Warm with top temperatures ranging 20 to 24 degrees in mostly light, variable breezes.
Monday night will continue dry and clear. Temperatures will dip to 10 to 12 degrees in light south to southeast winds.
Tuesday will start out dry with sunshine, however, the southeasterly winds will bring a risk in the east of heavy showers in the evening and overnight.
It will be another warm day - warmest in the west, where temperatures will reach as high as 24 or 25 degrees. It'll be a little cooler along eastern coasts where the onshore breeze will keep temperatures at around 19 degrees at best. Any overnight showers may be heavy with a risk of thunder.
Temperatures overnight will be 13 to 15 degrees and winds will be light to moderate southeast to east.
There's a risk that a spell of rain on Wednesday will turn heavy. Winds will be light southerly and are expected to veer moderate westerly before the end of the day.
There'll be more rain again on Thursday, mostly in the west. This will sweep eastwards and clear overnight on Thursday night. Temperatures will be down a little in a moderate to fresh southwest wind.
The further outlook towards the end of next week is for a cooler few days to be followed later by higher temperatures once again. All in all though it will remain unsettled with rain or showers at times.