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National Forecast

26 May 2020 21:24

Tonight

Most places dry and clear tonight. Cloud will thicken in the northwest, bringing drizzle to coastal areas here later. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 10 degrees, the lower values in the north and west, in a light variable breeze. Mist may move into the south coast later.

Tomorrow

Rather cloudy in the north and northwest to begin on Wednesday with the chance of patchy drizzle. Otherwise the day will be dry and sunny. Highest temperatures will range 17 to 20 degrees over Ulster and up to 25 degrees across the midlands and southwest. Sea breezes will develop in the afternoon keeping temperatures a little lower along the coast.

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