19 June 2013 22:16
Mild tonight with patches of fog or drizzle. Lowest temperatures 9 to 12 degrees.
Thursday: Some bright spells but mostly cloudy with scattered outbreaks of rain; fog patches also.
Mild and humid with highest temperatures ranging 16 to 21 degrees in light breezes.
Headline : Changeable and unsettled weather continuing up until the end of the weekend, with below normal temperatures, but possibly improving next week.
Thursday night : Mostly cloudy, with rain in eastern and southeastern coastal counties. Mainly dry elsewhere, but a few spots of drizzle or light rain are possible. Patches of mist and fog also, with light winds. Min. 7 to 10 Celsius.
Friday : Any rain along the east coast will clear and it will become mainly dry during the morning, with sunny spells, but rain will develop in the west and southwest in the afternoon, spreading eastwards to all parts later, with fresh southerly winds. Max. 15 to 18 Celsius, highest in the east and south. Clearer weather, with showers, will follow on Friday night, with strong southwesterly winds. Turning cooler.
Weekend : Cool, with maximum temperatures of just 14 to 18 Celsius. There will be some sunny spells, but occasional showers also, some heavy, especially in the west and north, with a risk of thunder. Windy, with fresh to strong southwesterly winds veering northwesterly in direction.
Further outlook (next week) : Outlook uncertain, but early indications suggest a possible improvement to drier conditions next week, with warmer temperatures.
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