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23 January 2017 05:18

Today

Dry today with some sunny spells.
Frost and fog in places will clear quickly this morning as temperatures rise to between 7 and 10 degrees.

It will become overcast during the afternoon and evening in freshening southerly winds.

Tonight

Tonight: Cloudy and windy tonight with scattered outbreaks of light rain.
Lowest temperatures 5 to 9 degrees in fresh southerly winds.


Tomorrow

Tuesday:
Mild and mostly cloudy with patchy rain, drizzle and fog.
Highest temperatures 10 to 12 degrees in fresh southerly winds.

Outlook

Tuesday night: Mild and breezy with patchy rain, drizzle and fog. Temperatures not falling below 6 to 10 degrees.

Wednesday and Thursday: Very mild and very windy. Some sunny spells in the east but for most cloudy and in the southwest, west and northwest it will be misty with rain at times and hill and coastal fog. Temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees in strong south to southeast winds, gusting to gale force. Very mild nights.

Friday: Quite mild with temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees and the strong south to southeast winds will ease gradually. It will continue misty in the southwest and west with scattered outbreaks of rain. Mainly dry over the rest of the country with a few bright or sunny spells.
 
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