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24 November 2014 19:50


Some cold clear weather will develop for a time tonight in parts of Connacht and Ulster with frost and risk of some icy patches here, local fog patches also with temperatures falling to between +1 and -2 degrees C.. Rather cloudy and misty elsewhere with scattered outbreaks of rain and lows of 3 to 6 degrees C. with frost unlikely in these parts. Cloudy conditions returning northwards to parts of Connacht later in the night reducing frost there.


Remaining frost and any fog will clear tomorrow morning. It will be a cool, rather cloudy day, but some brighter conditions will develop in parts of the midlands and east with possibly some brief sunny spells at times in Leinster. More overcast elsewhere with scattered outbreaks of rain, turning persistent in more western areas for a time. Rather cold with highs ranging from 7 degrees to 10 degrees C. in light variable or southeasterly breezes.


Headline : Overall, a good deal of dry weather for the rest of the week. Some rain and drizzle, especially in coastal areas. Becoming milder after midweek.

Tuesday night : Most areas dry, with variable cloud cover, but some patchy drizzle will occur, mainly in west and northern coastal areas. Fog patches also. There is a risk of frost where breaks in cloud occur, especially in the midlands and east.

Wednesday : Most areas dry, with some bright spells, but with a good deal of cloud. Patchy drizzle likely, mainly along Atlantic coasts and possibly also along east and southeast coasts. Max. 7 to 11 Celsius, with light variable winds. Frost unlikely overnight, as winds freshen.

Thursday: Windy and mostly cloudy, with patches of rain, most likely in coastal areas, but good dry intervals in many areas also, with some areas staying dry. Milder. Max. 9 to 12 Celsius, in a strong and gusty south to southeast wind, with a risk of gales at sea.

Friday : Winds will ease a little, becoming mostly moderate southeasterly. Many areas dry, but some rain will occur in places, especially in southern and western coastal areas. Mild, with no overnight frosts.

Weekend : Mild and mostly dry, but a little rain and drizzle will occur, mainly along western and northern coasts. With light winds, there is a risk of fog at night.
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