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National Forecast

18 July 2019 09:57


There will be scattered showers with some sunny spells today and showers will turn heavy mainly over the northern half of the country. Top temperatures of 17 to 21 degrees in moderate westerly breezes, occasionally fresh along Atlantic coasts.


Tonight showers will become isolated in the north and it will be dry for a time but cloud will increase from the southwest with rain soon pushing in over Munster and spreading to Leinster and Connacht by dawn. Lowest temperatures of 10 to 14 degrees in light southwest to southerly breezes.


During Friday morning rain will become widespread and heavy and turn more showery later with the risk of thundery downpours which may lead to localized flooding. It will become warm and humid with top temperatures reaching 19 to 23 degrees generally, but 17 or 18 degrees in the north and northwest in light variable breezes but winds will increase fresh and gusty southwesterly over Munster and Leinster during the afternoon.

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