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18 September 2021 08:58


Dry in most areas this morning, with mist and fog patches clearing and with sunny spells developing. However, patchy rain and drizzle will develop in Atlantic coastal areas, moving gradually eastwards this afternoon and evening, turning heavy in west and southwest coastal areas this evening. The eastern half of the country will remain mostly dry until evening or early tonight, but a little patchy drizzle may affect eastern coasts. Maximum temperatures 14 to 18 degrees. Winds mostly light, southerly or variable, but becoming windy along Atlantic coasts with fresh to strong southerly winds developing.


Tonight, a band of rain will extend from the west, with some locally heavy bursts. Clearer, mainly dry conditions, with isolated showers will follow later, reaching eastern coastal areas in the early morning. Minimum temperatures 7 to 11 degrees coolest in the south and west. Some mist and fog patches will develop in light winds, southerly veering westerly.


Tomorrow, Sunday, will have a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers, the showers mainly in the western half of the country during the morning, but extending further east. Some of the showers will turn heavy by afternoon, especially in the northwest, with a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms. Highest temperatures 14 to 17 degrees, in mostly moderate northwesterly winds.

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