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National Forecast

26 February 2020 11:01


A cold and bright day with sunny spells and scattered showers. The showers will be mainly a mix of rain, hail and sleet, but a few snow showers are still possible, mainly in parts of the north and northwest of the country. Cloud will thicken from the Atlantic this afternoon and rain will push into the southwest by evening. Top temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees. Light to moderate westerly breezes will back west to southwest later today. Winds will be fresh to strong at times along the north and northwest coast.


Patchy rain and sleet, will extend eastwards over the southern half of the country tonight clearing most places before dawn. Further north, scattered wintry showers will continue for a time, before retreating to northwestern areas overnight. It will be a cold night countrywide, with lows ranging from minus 2 to plus 1 degrees, with frost and icy stretches. A few mist patches about also. Winds will be mainly light westerly or northwesterly, but increasing fresh to strong and gusty on northwestern coasts by morning.


Most places will be dry and bright tomorrow, with sunny spells. Scattered showers will however, continue to affect parts of the north and northwest of the country and some will be wintry. Top temperatures 5 to 8 degrees. Moderate or fresh west to northwest breezes will back southwest and ease by evening.

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