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National Forecast

18 October 2019 19:48


Showers will become well scattered with good dry spells developing. A few mist patches may form inland. However showers will merge to a longer spell of rain later tonight - especially across eastern counties. Minimum temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees. Moderate to fresh northwest winds.


Tomorrow Saturday will be a cool and mostly cloudy day. All areas will get good dry spells, but showers will occur widely again. The showers will be frequent and locally heavy - especially near Irish Sea coasts, but otherwise more scattered and then isolated by evening. Highest temperatures 11 to 13 degrees in a fresh north wind.

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