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Wednesday, 29 March 2017
11 Celsius
SE Moderate 
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Wednesday, 29 March 2017 08:34

Mild and cloudy today. Rain at times this morning in many places especially parts of the southeast and east at first, but drier periods also. Heavier rain developing for a time this afternoon in many western counties, but rain will be more scattered in eastern areas. Some hill and coastal fog. Drier, brighter weather will move into western coastal areas this evening. Maximum temperatures 12 to 15 degrees Celsius, in moderate to fresh southerly winds.


Tonight will be mostly cloudy, rain and drizzle will become well scattered for a time with dry spells in many areas. Misty, with hill and coastal fog persisting and more persistent rain returning to southern parts.
Minimum temperatures 7 to 11 Celsius, in light to moderate southerly breezes, fresh along southern and eastern coasts.


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