The Met Office has forecast more rain and wind for the next 24 hours, but there is a brighter outlook later in the week.
Today will be cold, wet and windy, with strong southeasterly winds and persistent heavy rain.
Winds will ease during the afternoon, mainly in the west, and rain will eventually become lighter and move eastwards, but lingering near the coast. Maximum Temperature 11C.
Tonight most places will be dry becoming cold inland with light winds, leading to low cloud, mist and fog patches. There is chance of a few showers overnight, especially later in the night. Minimum Temperature 3C.
On Tuesday it will be rather cloudy through the morning and first part of the afternoon with showery rain, some heavy. There is a chance of some brighter, drier conditions developing late afternoon. Light winds. Maximum Temperature 12C.
The outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Wednesday - fine with sunny spells initially, but heavy showers later; Thursday - often cloudy with scattered heavy showers, some bright spells; Friday - brighter but scattered showers still likely. Temperatures near normal.