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28 June 2017 04:52


A lot of dry weather to start today but rain along eastern coasts will spread west and southwest as the day goes on, reaching the far southwest by evening. In the north drier and brighter weather will develop later. Highest temperatures this afternoon will reach 14 or 15 degrees in the northeast of the country, elsewhere will be between 17 and 19 degrees at best. Winds will be light, variable in direction at first, but will become moderate easterly later.


Tonight temperatures will fall to between 10 and 12 degrees in moderate northeast to north winds and outbreaks of rain will clear to showers for most places, although it is expected to stay overcast with outbreaks of rain along eastern coasts.


Thursday will be a breezy day with a fresh northerly wind. Temperatures along the eastern half of the country will only be 13 or 14 degrees at best and it is likely to be raining here on and off through the day. Further to the west, temperatures will be between 15 and 17 degrees and there’ll be drier conditions with a few sunny spells.


On Thursday night showers will continue on the coasts of the east and north but otherwise it will become largely dry with clear spells. Lowest temperatures will be 10 or 11 degrees and winds will be moderate to fresh from a northwesterly direction.

The northwest winds will gradually ease during Friday and it will become mostly dry, just a few showers in the early part of the day, mostly at coasts. Highest temperatures will vary, only 13 or 14 degrees in the northwest and just 15 or 16 degrees at best for the rest of the country, so a rather cool day for the time of year. It'll be mostly dry and rather cool on Friday night too.

It'll start out dry on Saturday and much of the country will stay dry too, but shower rain will develop on the west coast later, extending to northern coasts in the second half of the day. Temperatures will recover somewhat, the best of the temperatures in the southeast of the country but it will be rather cloudy for the day. Light westerly winds will back southwest and freshen early in the day, becoming moderate westerly later.

Sunday looks like a better day with sunshine and light westerly winds. There'll just be the odd shower but on the whole it will stay dry.

Current indications suggest the development of high pressure after the weekend with the early days of next week looking dry and settled and becoming warmer.
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