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National Forecast

16 October 2018 10:38


Overall dry today with some spells of sunshine - brightening up from the west through the day. However it will be dull for a time this morning and early afternoon further east, as patchy rain and drizzle continues to move eastwards across the country. Amounts will be generally small, and some areas will stay fully dry. Relatively mild and rather breezy, with highs of 14 to 16 degrees Celsius. Southwest breezes will be mostly moderate increasing fresh, but later easing.


Showers will develop across the west and northwest this evening, continuing overnight too, with a few extending further inland. Generally dry elsewhere however under broken cloud. Rather cool, in light southwest breezes, with lows of 4 to 9 degrees Celsius


Many places will be dry and bright tomorrow, Wednesday, with some good sunny spells. Scattered early morning showers, mainly across the west and north will soon become isolated. Feeling fresher with highs of 11 to 14 degrees Celsius, as light to moderate northwest breezes develop.

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