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National Forecast

20 March 2023 19:29


Wet this evening with outbreaks of rain tracking northwards over the country, heavy at times. A clearance to scattered heavy showers in the southwest will follow the rain.


Early tonight there will be rain in the north and east and scattered showers elsewhere, some heavy with the chance of isolated thunderstorms. The rain will clear northwards overnight but the showers will continue countrywide and may develop into longer spells of rain at times in the south and east. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees with moderate to fresh south to southwest winds.


Tomorrow will start with scattered showers and some sunny intervals. Rain will move into the west during the morning and will spread across the rest of the country, with some heavy falls in the south and west during the afternoon and evening. Becoming quite windy later in the day as moderate south to southwest winds increase fresh to strong and gusty. Highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees.

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