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24 June 2017 01:17


Cloudy and misty for the rest of the night, with patches of rain and drizzle becoming more widespread. Some hill and coastal fog so. Lowest temperatures 10 to 13 C., in freshening west to southwest winds.


Saturday will begin cloudy and misty, especially over the southern half of the country, with scattered patches of drizzle, rain and fog. But brighter weather over Ulster, will extend southwards by afternoon. A few showers in northern areas, but dry elsewhere. Fresh and breezy with top temperatures of 14 to 16 C., over Ulster and Connacht, but 17 to 20 C., elsewhere. Moderate to fresh westerly winds, will be strong for a time on northern coasts.


HEADLINE: Transition to a more mobile Atlantic pattern is underway with generally changeable conditions into next week in a predominantly cyclonic (low pressure) regime.

Saturday night: Saturday night will be dry in most places under clear spells in mainly light to moderate westerly breezes. Cloudy, misty conditions with patchy rain and drizzle will affect the Connacht and west Munster coasts, however. Lows of 8 to 12 degrees.

Sunday: Sunday will be a mostly dry day apart from isolated drizzle patches near the Atlantic coastal fringes. A cloudier day than Saturday with locally misty conditions at first, but there will be some limited sunshine during the afternoon. Top temperatures ranging 14 to 19 degrees in slack winds. Rain is likely to move in from the Atlantic overnight.

Monday: A wet start to the working week for central and southern parts of country, with outbreaks of rain, and some heavy falls in places. Drier with just scattered showers further north. Cool with maximum temperatures dipping below average and ranging 12 to 15 degrees. Light winds.

Tuesday: Sunny spells and scattered showers on Tuesday, with the showers merging to longer spells of rain at times during the afternoon and evening. Maximum temperatures recovering somewhat reaching 14 to 18 degrees.

Wednesday/Thursday: Confidence is low at this stage but a continuation of unsettled and cool conditions seems most likely.
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