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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
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National Forecast

28 June 2017 16:11


Outbreaks of occasionally heavy rain, will continue to push slowly south and west over the country with drier, and later brighter, conditions following from the northeast. The far southwest will likely stay dry until early tonight. Light variable winds, becoming moderate east to northeast as the rain clears.


Rain, locally heavy, will continue to clear southwestwards. Drier conditions with clear spells in the north will extend to most places overnight. Lowest temperatures of 9 to 12 Celsius in light to moderate northeast breezes.


Cloudy but largely dry to begin on Thursday, with lingering rain over southwest Munster soon clearing. Further rain will start to edge into eastern areas from the Irish Sea during the morning, spreading inland to affect much of Leinster, Ulster and east Munster during the afternoon. Elsewhere it will stay mostly dry with some bright intervals. Becoming windy also, with gusty northwesterly winds increasing strong along coasts. Feeling cool in the blustery winds with top temperatures only 13 or 15C in the north and east, but 16 or 17C elsewhere.


THURSDAY NIGHT: Showers will continue to affect parts of Leinster, Ulster and east Munster but otherwise it will be largely dry with clear spells. Moderate to fresh and gusty northwest winds overnight, will continue strong along the Atlantic Seaboard. Lowest temperatures will be 10 or 11 degrees.

FRIDAY: Still windy at first on Friday and probably rather cloudy initially, with showers continuing to affect eastern areas, these becoming isolated by the afternoon. Sunny spells will develop for most parts during the day, though the cloud may persist for a time along east coast, it should turn to a generally fine evening nationwide. Top temperatures of 14 to 19 degrees with the highest values in parts of the south and east. Gusty northwesterly winds gradually easing.

FRIDAY NIGHT: A mostly dry night under clear spells. Rather cold for the end the June, with minimum temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees.

SATURDAY: Much to the country will see a lot of dry weather on Saturday with a cloudy periods and some sunshine. Showers will affecting the Atlantic coastal fringes, however, and those showers look likely to become more widespread towards evening. Winds will be mostly moderate and from a west to southwest direction. Maximum Temperatures generally in the high teens with 20 to 21 degrees possible in parts of the east and south.

SUNDAY: A few showers about on Sunday morning, gradually retreating to Atlantic coastal counties during the afternoon. Generally a good deal of cloud around, but some limited sunshine will also occur. Top temperatures will range 13 to 16 degrees in Ulster, Connacht and West Munster, but 17 to 20 degrees elsewhere.

EARLY NEXT WEEK: The changeable, mobile Atlantic pattern looks set to continue through the period with low pressure never too far away. Current guidance suggests perhaps drier, more settled conditions in the south and east on Monday and Tuesday, with rain at times in the north and west.
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