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Réamhaisnéis Náisiúnta

Issued at: 18 June 2018 05:00

TODAY - Monday 18th June

Some short sunny spells today in the east but mostly cloudy today. Dry apart from a few spots of drizzle or light rain - these mainly in the south and southwest. Highest temperatures ranging from 16 in the northwest to between 18 and 21 degrees in the midlands and south. Moderate southwest breezes.

TONIGHT - Monday 18th June

Dry this evening and for much of tonight. Patchy drizzle or light rain later tonight. Low cloud and mist. Lowest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees. Light southwest winds.

TOMORROW - Tuesday 19th June

A few short sunny spells tomorrow - best in the east. Mainly dry. Chance of a little light rain in places. Light southwest winds. Highest temperatures 18 to 22 degrees.

National Outlook


Tuesday night will be cloudy with rain. The rain will be quite continuous, and heavy in parts of the north and west for a while.

Wednesday: A cloudy start in the east with rain here for a while. Clearer and mainly dry conditions elsewhere will follow to all places with sunny spells. Then dry apart from isolated showers in the north. Becoming fresher with moderate westerly breezes.

Thursday: Mainly dry settled weather is set to become established. The day will be rather cloudy, but dry with light winds. Temperatures will be in the mid to high teens.

Friday: A dry day countrywide with light variable winds. Variable cloud and warm sunny spells.

Weekend: Next weekend will be dry and fine with warm sunny weather prevailing. Inland temperatures are likely to get well into the twenties; fresher near coasts due to sea breezes.

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