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Issued at: 28 November 2020 06:00

TODAY - Saturday 28th November

Cold at first in the northern half of the province with some frost in the north of the province and a risk of some fog patches. Milder conditions further south, with patches of light rain or drizzle, will extend further northwards, but becoming mostly dry during the day. However, patches of drizzle or light rain will persist in some places, mainly in southern coastal areas. Maximum temperatures 9 to 12 degrees, in light to moderate easterly breezes.


Mostly cloudy overnight, but dry, apart from a few spots of drizzle. A few patches of mist and fog also. Minimum temperatures 2 to 6 Celsius, in mostly light easterly or variable breezes.

TOMORROW - Sunday 29th November

Sunday will be a mostly dry day, with a few bright spells, but mostly cloudy. A few patches of drizzle may occur, mainly in hilly and coastal areas. Maximum temperatures 9 to 12 degrees, in light southwesterly or variable breezes.

National Outlook

The beginning of the week will be mostly cloudy with some rain or drizzle at times, and temperatures will be average for the time of year. Turning colder and more unsettled from midweek.

Sunday Night: Sunday night will be cloudy with patches of light rain or drizzle. More persistent rain will develop in Ulster overnight. Patches of fog will form in Munster where winds will be lightest. Minimum temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees with light to moderate westerly breezes.

Monday: Cloudy with rain or drizzle, most persistent across the northwest. Much of Munster will hold dry. Highest temperatures of 10 to 12 degrees with mostly moderate westerly breezes.
Monday night: Outbreaks of light rain or drizzle persisting during the night. Minimum temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees generally, colder in Ulster with minimum temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees where skies will be clearest.

Tuesday: A cloudy start and damp in places with light rain or drizzle. Becoming drier throughout the day although remaining mostly cloudy. Highest temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees with a light southwest breeze.
Tuesday night: There will be light rain or drizzle in the northwest but mostly dry elsewhere with clear spells at first. Becoming cloudier overnight with light rain turning more persistent in western counties towards dawn. Minimum temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees with light westerly winds.

Wednesday: Outbreaks of rain in the west will cross the country eastwards during the morning, followed by showers. Highest temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees, but becoming colder as the rain clears. Southwest winds will be light to moderate, fresh on northwestern coasts.
Wednesday night: Showers will become prolonged merging to longer spells of rain. Some showers will be heavy with hail. Minimum temperatures of 1 to 4 degrees with gusty moderate southwest winds.

Thursday: There is some uncertainty but current indications suggest that Thursday will be a cold day with showers of rain or hail, some showers prolonged. Highest temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees with light southwest winds.
Thursday night: Becoming cold Thursday night with clear spells and showers, and a continued risk of hail. Minimum temperatures of -2 to +2 degrees with frost forming in light northwest winds.


Met Éireann

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