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National Forecast

24 February 2021 21:35


A band of showers will move in from the Atlantic across western parts tonight bringing a risk of hail, before weakening as showers move inland. It will remain mostly dry and clear in the east with a risk of patchy frost as lowest temperatures dip to between 0 to 4 degrees, in a moderate southwest breeze, fresh to strong on western coasts.


Thursday morning will be dry in many areas with well scattered showers and bright spells developing. Scattered showers will become more widespread through the afternoon, mixed with sunny spells. Highest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees with a moderate westerly breeze.

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