24 Hour Forecast
23 September 2019 12:46
Some hazy sunshine for a time in the north. However, wet and rather windy weather will continue to extend countrywide, with the risk of thunder. Brighter intervals will follow from the southwest this afternoon, but some of the showers that follow will be heavy and possibly thundery, especially later this evening. Top temperatures 15 to 18 degrees, mildest across Munster. Fresh to strong and gusty southeast winds will veer southerly and moderate later.
Some slow moving thundery showers will feed up in a southerly flow overnight, with the risk of spot flooding. Long clear spells in many areas too though. Lows of 10 to 13 degrees. Patches of mist and fog will form towards dawn.
Some heavy slow moving showers across the north and east to begin on Tuesday. Whilst it will begin brighter and drier elsewhere, outbreaks of rain across the southwest of Munster will slowly move into other areas during the day, with some heavy falls across southern counties. Top temperatures of 16 to 19 degrees, mildest across Ulster. Winds will be light variable, mainly southeasterly, though they will strong along the south coast.
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