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National Forecast

02 September 2014 16:01


Staying cloudy and dry for much of the country this evening, but brighter spells in the south and the southeast will slowly extend further north. Winds will remain light.


Dry tonight and cloudy, but some clearer spells will develop in parts of the south and east. Temperatures will fall to between 8 and 12 degrees in light winds or calm conditions. A few mist patches will form too.


Wednesday will be another dry day but once again it will be generally cloudy. Some sunnier spells are likely though in parts of the east and south. Temperatures will climb to between 17 and 20 degrees in light southeasterly winds.


Thursday: The weather continues to remain generally dry and settled, but there may be a some light rain or few light showers across the mid-west of the country during the day and over eastern counties later in the evening. There will be good sunshine during the day, especially over Leinster and Munster, and highest temperatures will range 18 to 21 degrees.

Friday and Weekend: The trend is for very little rainfall but with north-easterly winds bringing cooler conditions. Temperatures will drop by about a degree each day through the weekend, with highest values on Sunday of 14 to 18 degrees.

Early next week: A few showers at times (some of which may be heavy and thundery), but generally dry with sunshine, and temperatures improving towards mid-week.
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