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National Forecast

22 August 2019 23:12


It will be mostly dry tonight apart from a few spots of drizzle along Atlantic coasts. Mild and humid with lowest temperatures of 12 to 14 degrees. Southwest breezes mostly light or moderate in strength, stronger along Atlantic coasts.


A warm and mainly dry day tomorrow with sunny spells. By evening time a little patchy drizzle may develop near Atlantic coasts. Highest temperatures will range between 19 degrees on southern coasts to 23 degrees in the north midlands, with a moderate southerly breeze, again stronger along Atlantic coasts.

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