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National Forecast

22 September 2019 23:32

Tonight

The last of the showery rain in the east and north will die out overnight and mainly dry and clear conditions will extend slowly northeastwards along with mist and fog patches. Cloud will thicken from the southwest as the night goes on, and rain will arrive in west Munster by dawn in strengthening southeasterly winds. Lows of 6 to 10 degrees.

Tomorrow

Wet and windy for a time on Monday with rain extending to all parts of the country during the day. Brighter and drier weather will follow from the southwest in the afternoon, but a few showers will also occur, some heavy with a risk of thunder. Maximum temperatures 16 to 20 degrees. Fresh to strong and gusty southeast winds will veer southerly and moderate with the clearance.

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