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National Forecast

18 August 2018 23:12

Today

Heavy rain in the northeast will continue to clear eastwards overnight giving way to lighter and patchier falls of rain and drizzle. Mild and humid with lows of 15 to 17 degrees. Fresh to strong and gusty south to southwest winds over southern parts of the country will gradually ease.

Tonight

Tomorrow

Sunday will start out mostly cloudy and misty with patchy rain and drizzle but it will gradually brighten up with sunny breaks developing. Mostly cloudy conditions with patchy rain and drizzle will return to western and southwestern areas in the evening. Top temperatures of 18 to 24 degrees, warmest in the southeast. Light to moderate westerly winds will become mainly light and variable later in the day.

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