24 Hour Forecast
23 January 2019 07:03
Frost will gradually clear this morning and patchy rain will develop in the west and southwest during the day. There will also be a few showers across north Ulster but it will be generally dry elsewhere with occasional bright or sunny spells. Maximum temperatures this afternoon of 3 to 6 degrees generally but a few degrees milder along Atlantic coasts. Winds will be mostly moderate, westerly in direction.
Patchy rain and drizzle will extend gradually eastwards overnight but it will make slow progress with many eastern counties holding dry. It will be less cold than in recent nights with minimum temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees in Ulster and Leinster but a milder 6 to 9 degrees for Connacht and Munster. There will be a freshening northwest breeze in the south and west but winds light and variable elsewhere.
Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will extend to all areas on Thursday. However, rainfall totals will be small. Maximum temperatures will range 7 to 11 degrees with a moderate to fresh northwest breeze.
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The BT Young Scientist Exhibition 2019 took place
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