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17 January 2018- updated at 16:00


Becoming wet and very windy for a time tonight with southerly winds veering southwest to west, increasing strong to gale or strong gale force, with severe gusts and heavy rain, as a deepening depression tracks eastwards across the province. There's a slight risk of some snow for a time ahead of the rain in north-eastern parts of the province. The heavy rain will clear eastwards, with winds veering west to north-westerly and decreasing mostly moderate to fresh. Showers will follow from the northwest overnight; turning heavy and some will be wintry over higher ground. Temperatures will
rise generally to between 7 and 10 degrees in the rain early tonight; but will drop back to between 2 and 5 degrees later on. There is a risk of flooding.


Tomorrow, Thursday, will be a cold, blustery day; with bright spells and heavy showers; some of hail and thunder. Some of the showers will fall as sleet or snow over higher ground. Highest temperatures of just 3 to 5 degrees in moderate to fresh and gusty westerly winds.

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