Map Legend

National Forecast

15 July 2024 00:01


Residual showers for a time tonight across Northwest with rain moving into southern counties, otherwise but with some mist and fog setting in. Southeast breezes will be just light, except along southern coasts where they will freshen. Lows of 8 to 12 degrees.


Monday morning will be dry over the northern half of the country with sunny spells, after any overnight fog clears. A dull or cloudy start elsewhere with scattered outbreaks of rain moving northwards, persistent and heavy at times across southern and eastern counties. The best of any sunny spells will occur across the North and Northwest. Highs of 15 to 21 degrees, coolest across the Southeast and warmest over Ulster. Southeast to east winds will be light, though fresher along southern coasts to begin.

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