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Dublin Outlook

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National Forecast

26 January 2020 21:54

Tonight

Scattered wintry showers tonight will become more isolated as the night goes on and mainly in the west of the country. Lowest temperatures minus 1 to plus 1 degrees, with frost and ice in sheltered areas. Winds mostly moderate southwesterly, but fresh to strong in Atlantic coastal areas.

Tomorrow

Monday will be cold and blustery with sunny spells and scattered showers, a mix of hail, sleet and snow on high ground. There is also a risk of thunder, on Atlantic coasts. Showers will be isolated in the east and southeast where it will be largely dry. Highest temperatures 3 to 6 degrees, in moderate to fresh and gusty south to southwest winds, strong on exposed coasts.

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