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Connacht

Issued at: 05 July 2020 18:00

TODAY - Sunday 5th July

Still windy this evening but showers will become more isolated.

TONIGHT

Showers becoming scattered tonight with some clear spells. Lows of 9 to 11 degrees. Gusty west to northwest winds will gradually moderate.

Pollen Forecast

Moderate on Monday and Tuesday

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Solar UV Index

High on Monday and in any sunshine on Tuesday.

UV Index

TOMORROW - Monday 6th July

Isolated showers will continue tomorrow but there will be a lot of dry weather generally with sunny spells. Highest temperatures will range from 14 to 17, in moderate northwest breezes.

National Outlook

Monday Night: Most areas will be dry on Monday night with clear spells at first and just a few light showers near western and northwestern coasts. Cloud will thicken from the Atlantic later in the night with outbreaks of rain pushing into Atlantic coastal counties towards morning. Lows of 9 to 11 degrees, in light westerly breezes.

Tuesday: Generally cloudy on Tuesday with outbreaks of rain becoming widespread by the afternoon. However it does look like the rain will become patchier by the evening, with parts of north Ulster becoming dry. Highest temperatures 13 to 17 degrees in mainly light southerly breezes. Becoming mainly dry on Tuesday night with just some patchy light rain in southern areas. Clear spells will develop elsewhere. Lows of 7 to 12 degrees with moderate westerly winds veering northerly and easing.

Wednesday: Current indications are for a lot of dry weather over Ulster, Connacht and north Leinster with sunny spells. Cloudier further south with outbreaks of rain. Highs of 16 to 18 degrees generally, in light variable breezes. Rain continuing in southern counties overnight but dry elsewhere with clear spells. Lows of 7 to 11 degrees in light breezes.

Further Outlook: There is significant uncertainty in the further outlook at this stage, but the overall pattern appears to maintain a changeable Atlantic regime.

 

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