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Dublin Outlook

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National Forecast

18 January 2019 16:01

Today

Scattered heavy showers this evening, in particular affecting the western half of the country, with the slight risk of hail and thunder.

Tonight

Scattered heavy showers will occur early tonight, mainly confined to the southwest later. Cloud amounts will vary, but where clear breaks occur at length, frost will set in. Turning misty in parts too, especialy across the midlands and west, with some dense fog locally. Lowest temperatures 0 to 3 degrees Celsius.

Tomorrow

Mist, fog and frost patches will slowly clear during Saturday morning, and most areas will remain dry, calm albeit rather cloudy for the day. Some sunny spells too though, especially in the southwest, however well scattered showers will occur here too. Cool, with highest temperatures of only 5 to 7 degrees Celsius generally, but 8 to 10 degrees across parts of the southwest. Light, variable winds will become northwesterly later.

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