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National Forecast

24 July 2019 09:31


Many areas will be dry today with sunny spells. There will be a few outbreaks of rain in the southwest and later in the west. Maximum temperatures 18 to 24 degrees, warmest in the east, in mostly moderate southerly winds.


Tonight will remain dry in most areas, but outbreaks of rain and drizzle will develop in west Munster and in west Connacht. A few isolated showers may occur elsewhere. Feeling close with minimum temperatures 14 to 17 degrees, in mostly moderate southeasterly winds, fresh to strong in southern and western coastal areas.


Tomorrow will start dry in the east and in the midlands with sunny spells. In the south and west it will be cloudy in the morning with rain and drizzle. The rain will move eastwards in the afternoon but it will become just light and patchy. In the west it will brighten up in the afternoon with sunshine breaking through. Warm and humid, with maximum temperatures of 19 to 25 degrees. A breezy day with moderate to fresh southeasterly winds, strong along west and southwest coasts.

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