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National Forecast

Issued at: 29 March 2020 10:12

TODAY - Sunday 29th March

Today will be cold and bright with good sunny spells in most areas. There'll be a bit more cloud in eastern coastal counties. Highest temperatures of just 5 to 10 degrees with moderate to fresh northeast breezes, mildest in the south.


Tonight will be cold and dry with clear spells and some patches of mist or fog. A sharp frost will develop in many areas as temperatures fall to between -2 and +2 degrees.

TOMORROW - Monday 30th March

On Monday morning, frost and any mist or fog patches will clear to give a mainly dry day with sunny spells. A few light showers may develop in northern parts of Ulster. It will be quite cold with highest temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees and moderate northerly breezes.

National Outlook

The outlook for Monday night is for continued dry conditions with clear spells and temperatures of between plus 1 and plus 2 degrees.
The rest of the week looks a little cloudier but remaining mainly dry.

There'll be sunny spells and mainly light northerly winds on Tuesday, becoming northwesterly later. Temperatures will be between 9 degrees in the north and 12 degrees further south. Overnight should remain frost free with temperatures of 3 or 4 degrees. There is the risk of the odd light shower or spot of drizzle at times.

Similar conditions on Wednesday with mainly light to moderate northwest to westerly winds and just the risk of a light passing shower. Temperatures of 8 to 11 degrees ranging from north to south.

Current indications suggest the threat of rain on northern coasts on Thursday in a fresh westerly wind with the further outlook in to the weekend giving unsettled weather in westerly winds.


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