An upper low that brought patchy wet weather and warm air to the region will finally move east this week. This change will cause the persistent easterly winds to swing around to the north by mid-week to trigger the arrival of slightly colder and drier air. The chance of showers decreases a little more each day this week until dry weather arrives before the weekend.
Monday will be cloudy, with only a slight chance of showers in the morning. Temperatures should reach 13°C in the afternoon, and then light rain arrives after sunset and continues overnight. The showers end early Tuesday morning and give way to some afternoon sunshine. Daytime highs may fall a bit but should still hit at least 11°C.
The north wind arrives Wednesday afternoon, and temperatures will fall to 10°C under mostly cloudy skies. Daytime highs climb a bit to 11°C under a mix of sun and cloud on Thursday.
Friday might be the sunniest day of the week, with temperatures climbing to 13°C. Temperatures this weekend look to continue in the low teens under a mix of sun and cloud.