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Issued at: 14 November 2019 16:30


Cold this evening and overnight with clear spells. Scattered showers of rain and hail, mainly in the west, will become isolated overnight. A few may fall as sleet or snow over high ground. Lows of zero to 3 Celsius. Coldest inland with frost in places. Moderate to fresh and gusty northerly winds will become light to moderate inland but remain fresh near coasts.

TOMORROW - Friday 15th November

A cold start with frost clearing on Friday morning. Dry and bright in most parts with sunny spells but there will be a few passing rain or hail showers near coasts. Afternoon highs of 6 or 7 Celsius in moderate northerly breezes, which will be fresh at times near the north and east coasts.

National Outlook

Outlook is for colder than normal conditions to continue over the weekend and for the early days of next week with daytime temperatures in single figures and frosts most night.

Cold and frosty on Friday night with temperatures falling to between 0 and -3 Celsius inland with a hard frost and patchy mist and fog also.

Saturday: a cold bright start with frost clear, but fog may linger in places into the afternoon. Thickening cloud will bring rain into western counties in the afternoon but the eastern half of the country will hold generally dry. Highs of 4 to 8 degrees Celsius.
Frost in some eastern areas on Saturday night cloudier with rain at times further west.

Sunday: Cold with scattered outbreaks of rain for a time on Sunday gradually giving way to drier brighter conditions with some sunny breaks in the afternoon. High of 6 to 8 degrees Celsius in moderate northerly breezes, fresh on exposed coasts.
Cold and frosty on Sunday night with patchy mist and fog also with overnight lows of 0 to -3 degrees Celsius.

Monday and Tuesday: Latest indications are for cold conditions through Monday and Tuesday, bright and dry for many on Monday but some showers possible near the east coast. Very frosty for a time early Monday night but cloud and rain moving in off the Atlantic to affect western counties by Tuesday morning, extending eastwards during the day.

Latest indications suggest unsettled and cold conditions through mid-week


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