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National Forecast

14 December 2018 08:49

Today

Today will be cloudy with just patchy rain and drizzle at first, but rain will become persistent in the west and spread eastwards during the afternoon. Winds will be moderate to fresh southeasterly and will increase strong as the day goes on. Afternoon temperatures will be 6 to 10 degrees, coldest in the north and northeast but milder along south coasts.

Tonight

Tonight heavy rain will become widespread and strong southeasterly winds will reach gale force at the coasts. Lowest temperatures will occur this evening and early tonight of around 5 to 10 degrees but temperatures will rise to through the night.

Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Saturday, will be wet and windy with local spot flooding as heavy rain continues through the day. Top temperatures will be between 6 and 11 degrees. Strong southeast winds in the morning will become strong west to northwest in the afternoon, with the potential for damaging gusts in parts of the north later.

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