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National Forecast

28 January 2020 10:47

Today

Cold and blustery today with lying snow and ice in some areas. There will be a mix of sunshine and scattered wintry showers, the showers frequent over the western half of the country with a risk of hail and thunder there and further snowfall in parts. Highest temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees in fresh and gusty westerly winds, strong along Atlantic coasts.

Tonight

Scattered showers will continue tonight, mainly of rain but wintry in parts of the north and west. The showers will ease towards dawn. Lowest temperatures of between 0 and +2 degrees early in the night with some frost patches but temperatures increasing to between 2 to 5 degrees by Wednesday morning countrywide. Westerly winds will be mostly moderate.

Tomorrow

A good deal of cloud across the country on Wednesday with patches of light rain or drizzle and more persistent rain in parts of Ulster. Less cold than in recent days with highest afternoon temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees in fresh southwest winds, strong along the Atlantic seaboard.

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