Map Legend

National Forecast

26 February 2024 21:18


Mostly dry and clear at first tonight with light southwest breezes. Some frost will set in early on with lows of -1 to +4 degrees. Later in the night, temperatures will rise as cloud builds from the Atlantic, bringing rain, drizzle and mist to the west and north. Southwest winds will increase moderate to fresh.


Tomorrow morning will be damp and misty with outbreaks of rain and drizzle spreading southeastwards across the country. The rain will clear by early afternoon, followed from the northwest by sunny spells and well scattered showers. Highest temperatures of 8 to 12 degrees. Moderate to fresh southwest winds will ease and veer northwesterly in the evening.

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