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Dublin Outlook

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National Forecast

25 May 2018 17:13


Dry and warm in most areas this evening with good sunshine but becoming cloudier in coastal areas of the southeast and east with some scattered showers moving in off the Irish Sea. North to northeast breezes will be mostly moderate, but will be fresh and gusty on exposed coasts.


Many places will be dry tonight, but showers will tend to move westwards over the country during the night. However the showers will be mostly in eastern and southern counties and will be more isolated elsewhere. Moderate northeast breezes and overnight lowest temperatures 8 to 12 degrees Celsius.


Some hazy sunshine will break through tomorrow morning after a rather cloudy start. Many places will be dry for much of the day but there will be a few scattered heavy showers also, especially in southern and southwestern counties with a slight risk of isolated thunderstorms. Later in the afternoon or evening, cloudy conditions with a band of heavy, prolonged showers will move into southeastern and southern counties and some very heavy or thundery falls are expected tomorrow night. Highest temperatures 17 to 22 degrees Celsius, highest in northern and northwestern areas in moderate occasionally fresh east to northeast winds.

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