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National Forecast

23 September 2023 20:10


Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will clear eastwards early tonight followed by clear spells and scattered showers, these mainly in the west and northwest. Low cloud and patchy drizzle will persist near the south coast, however. Southerly winds will decrease moderate in most areas but will stay fresh and gusty near Atlantic coasts. Quite mild with temperatures staying around 13 to 15 degrees overnight.


Sunday will be wet and windy. Rain will move up from the south during the morning, spreading to all areas. It will be heavy at times, causing localised flooding. The rain will clear northeastwards through the evening with scattered showers following, some of these heavy and possibly thundery. Highest temperatures of 16 to 18 degrees with fresh to strong and gusty southerly winds, very strong for a time in the southeast.

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