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National Forecast


24 June 2017 17:21

Today

This evening will be mostly dry with some sunny spells, but it will become cloudier along Atlantic coastal counties with outbreaks of rain spreading inland in a moderate to occasionally fresh westerly breeze.

Tonight

Tonight will be mostly dry in the east at first, but outbreaks of rain in the west and southwest will spread eastwards later. Staying mild with lowest temperatures around 9 to 12 degrees. Moderate westerly winds will fall light later and some patches of mist and fog may form.


Tomorrow

Tomorrow morning patchy rain and drizzle will gradually clear and it will become mostly dry with bright or sunny spells but patchy rain or drizzle may linger for a time along south and north coasts. Top temperatures of just 15 or 16 degrees in the west and north but 17 to 19 degrees in the east and south. West to northwesterly winds will increase moderate.

Outlook

HEADLINE: Cool and changeable, with showers or longer spells of heavy rain at times.

Sunday night: Mainly dry with just patches of rain and drizzle in the west. Winds light and variable in direction. Cool with lowest temperatures 6 to 10 degrees.

Monday will start mainly dry and bright. However rain will soon develop in the west and will then spread across the country. The east may stay dry until evening. Cool with top temperatures only 14 to 17 degrees in light to moderate southeast to easterly breezes.
Rain in many parts on Monday night with mist and fog on hills and coasts.

Further rain or showers for much of Tuesday, still heavy in places. Top temperatures 16 to 19 degrees in light to moderate variable breezes.

The period from Wednesday to Friday is looking showery and cool. Many of these showers will be heavy and prolonged. Slack breezes on Wednesday, but moderate to fresh northwesterlies are expected thereafter.
 
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