RĂ©amhaisnĂ©isĂ reatha: Thursday, 23 February 2017 11:42
Windy this afternoon, with strong and gusty northwest winds. Sunshine and squally showers too, a few wintry across the north and northeast. Winds will continue to ease through the day, but remaining blustery even into this evening. Showers will become well scattered at that point, driest all the while across southern counties. Cold, with an added wind chill effect. Highest temperatures only 5 to 8 degrees Celsius.
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