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National Forecast

23 February 2019 11:46


Cloud and patchy rain will clear eastwards this afternoon, followed by brighter and drier intervals, with just isolated showers in the northwest. Sunny spells will gradually increase and extend countrywide by evening. Moderate to fresh southerly winds will ease and veer to a light southwest by this evening. Top temperatures of 12 to 15 degrees.


Good clear spells at first tonight, but cloudy and misty conditions will increase later, bringing a few spots of drizzle to the south and east. It will turn cooler than of late with lowest temperatures falling to between 2 and 5 degrees. Southeasterly winds will be mostly light allowing mist to thicken to fog in places, especially in the midlands, south and east.


Mostly cloudy tomorrow Sunday, with mist and fog gradually lifting during the morning, but potentially lingering all day in parts of the south. Many areas will be dry, but patchy light rain and drizzle will affect the east and south early on, and western coastal counties in the afternoon and evening. Top temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees in moderate to fresh south to southeasterly breezes, strong on Atlantic coasts.

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