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National Forecast

20 October 2021 04:31

Today

A wet morning across Munster and Leinster with widespread outbreaks of rain, heavy and thundery at times, giving a risk of localised flooding. Drier across Connacht and Ulster with some sunny spells. The rain will clear eastwards into the Irish Sea by this afternoon but scattered showers will develop in Ulster and Connacht, followed by a band of rain which will push into northern and western areas this evening. Winds will be light and variable this morning but it will become breezier though the day as moderate to fresh west to northwest winds develop. Winds will strengthen further in the north and west later in the evening, with gales on some coasts. Highest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees.

Tonight

Early tonight, outbreaks of rain will move southwards across the country and will be accompanied by fresh to strong westerly to northerly winds and gales on northern and western coasts. The rain will be followed by drier and clearer conditions with scattered showers and north to northwest winds will decrease moderate to fresh. It will become cold in places under lengthy clear spells, with minimum temperatures ranging between 3 and 7 degrees, coldest in Munster and Leinster.

Tomorrow

Thursday will be cool, bright and breezy with sunny spells and well scattered showers. Most areas will be dry by evening and it will become cloudier across Connacht and Ulster. Highest temperature of 10 to 13 degrees with moderate to fresh northwesterly breezes, strong at times on north facing coasts.

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