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National Forecast

Issued at: 26 October 2021 19:19


It will continue windy overnight as outbreaks of rain spread eastwards across the country. The rain will turn heavy in places, especially over the southern half of the country with a risk of localised flooding. Minimum temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees in strong and gusty southwest winds.

TOMORROW - Wednesday 27th October

Wednesday will start mostly cloudy and wet with spells of heavy rain in many areas during the morning with localised flooding. It will turn somewhat drier across the west and north during the afternoon with some bright spells and a few showers. However, it looks set to remain cloudy and wet in many southern and eastern parts with outbreaks of rain. Maximum temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees in fresh to strong and gusty southwest winds.

National Outlook

Wednesday night will see further showery rain extend from the south early in the night, becoming heaviest and most frequent over Leinster and east Munster with a renewed risk of localised flooding. Lowest temperatures 11 to 14 degrees in moderate south to southeast breezes, turning a little cooler in parts of the west and northwest under the best of the clear spells.

There'll be further showers or longer spells of rain on Thursday, with some sunny spells in the afternoon also. Highest temperatures of 13 to 15 degrees in light to moderate southerly winds.

After a cloudy but dry start to the night another spell of wet weather will extend from the south later in the night with rain becoming heavy at times. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 12 degrees, coolest in the west early in the night in light winds.

Friday will start wet in many areas the rain looks to clear to sunny intervals and showers by afternoon for most. A fresher day with highest temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees in mostly light southerly breezes.

Saturday will see further rain or showers with temperatures around normal for the time of year with the unsettled conditions continuing through the weekend.


Met Éireann

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