24 Hour Forecast
18 January 2019 08:38
Breezy with remaining rain clearing the east and north, giving way to sunny spells and showers extending from the west. Most of the showers will affect Atlantic coastal counties today, where a few may be heavy and possibly prolonged at times. Top temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees generally, but just 4 to 6 degrees in Ulster. Fresh and gusty southeasterly winds in the east and north will moderate and elsewhere winds will be light to moderate southwesterly.
Tonight will see scattered showers, some turning heavy at times. There will be good clear spells and it will be cold with lowest temperatures falling to between zero and +3 degrees and some frost in places. Southerly winds will fall light with some mist or fog patches forming.
Tomorrow, Saturday mist and frost will slowly clear. There will be a few showers with some bright or sunny spells. Top temperatures of 5 to 10 degrees, coolest in the northern half of the country. Winds will be light variable and northwesterly later.
14 January 2019
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