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National Forecast

23 February 2019 05:01


Rain in the west this morning will gradually extend eastwards with clearer and drier conditions to follow from the west. Good sunny spells will develop by afternoon in the west and spread eastwards by evening. Fresh to strong southerly winds at first will moderate with the clearance and ease by evening. Top temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees.


Tonight will be dry with good clear spells. However, cloud will increase later bringing a few spots of drizzle to the south and east. It will turn cooler than of late with lowest temperatures falling to between 2 and 5 degrees. Southeasterly winds will be mostly light allowing mist and fog patches to form but winds will increase moderate towards dawn.


Tomorrow, Sunday will become cloudier again and it will be mostly dry with some patches of mist or drizzle in the east and south. In the afternoon and evening patchy rain or drizzle will affect western coastal counties. Another mild day with top temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees in moderate to fresh south to southeasterly breezes.

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