Weather conditions across the south coast are set to become cloudier but stay mainly dry over the next five days.
Tonight (October 25), conditions should remain dry and largely clear during the evening, allowing temperatures to dip.
It will stay dry but become cloudier from the south later in the night, with the breeze picking up to give a milder start, preventing any frost.
The region should see a minimum temperature of around 5°C.
From Monday, the working week should start cloudy and breezy, but less cold than on Sunday.
It will stay predominantly dry, with the possibility of the odd spot of rain possible on the breeze and maximum temperatures of around 16°C.
The outlook for Tuesday to Thursday is generally rather cloudy and breezy, with rain making erratic progress northeast, most likely later Tuesday into Wednesday, probably leaving Thursday brightest.
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