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National Forecast

18 June 2018 11:17


Some short sunny spells, but cloudy and rather misty generally, with some patches of drizzle and also some fog on exposed coasts, but a lot of dry weather overall. Top temperatures ranging from 16 in northern areas, to between 18 and 21 C., elsewhere, best in sunny breaks over southern areas. Moderate southwest breezes will be fresh in some coastal areas.


Misty in places this evening and for a time tonight, but generally dry. But drizzle and light rain will become fairly widespread later. Further hill and coastal fog also. Lowest temperatures of 9 to 12 C., in light variable or westerly breezes.


Damp and drizzly to start on Tuesday, with hill and coastal fog. But drying out gradually over east Munster and south Leinster, with some sunny breaks in places there in the afternoon. But further rain elsewhere, heavy in parts of Connacht and Ulster. Close and humid, Temperatures in the mid teens over northern areas, but high teens or even low twenties over more southern areas.

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