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National Forecast

24 June 2017 11:27


A few showers today but dry across the bulk of the country with occasional sunny intervals. However, later this evening patchy rain and drizzle will return to western counties. Highest temperatures of just 14 to 16 degrees across portions of Ulster and Connacht but reaching 17 to 20 degrees elsewhere. Winds will be moderate to fresh, mainly westerly in direction.


Dry in eastern areas early tonight, but patchy rain and drizzle in the west will extend to most places later tonight. Mild and humid with mist and fog forming in parts. Lowest temperatures 9 to 12 degrees in moderate westerly winds.


Patchy rain and drizzle will gradually clear from southernmost counties on Sunday morning with most areas becoming dry but still with a fair amount of cloud. Some sunny spells will develop during the afternoon with just the odd shower. Highest temperatures of 16 to 19 degrees, coolest in the northwest. Winds will be generally moderate, westerly in direction.


HEADLINE: Cool and changeable, with showers or longer spells of heavy rain at times.

Sunday night: Cloudy and misty, with rain fairly widespread, persistent and locally heavy. Some hill and coastal fog also. But some dry clear spells early on over Ulster. Winds moderate and cyclonic variable in direction. Lowest temperatures 6 to 10 C., coolest over Ulster.

Cloudy and misty on Monday, with further rain, persistent and heavy in places. Some hill and coastal fog too. Cool, with top temperatures only 14 to 17 C., in light to moderate southeast to easterly breezes.

Further rain or showers overnight and for much of Tuesday, still heavy in places. Some hill and coastal fog also. Top temperatures 16 to 19 C., in moderate cyclonic variable breezes.

The period from Wednesday to Friday looks set to stay on cool, with the showery conditions set to persist also. Many of these showers will be heavy and prolonged. Slack breezes on Wednesday, but stiff northwesterlies are expected thereafter.
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