24 Hour Forecast
20 November 2018 11:22
Cold with a mix of bright or sunny spells and scattered showers today. The showers most frequent in Leinster, Munster and east Ulster and some of the showers will be heavy and prolonged with the risk of hail and thunder. Much of Connacht and west Ulster will remain dry with bright or sunny spells and just a few isolated showers. Top temperatures will range 6 to 8 degrees in moderate to fresh and blustery east or northeast breezes but strong and gusty at times along the east coast.
Showers will continue to occur tonight, the showers turning to longer spells of rain in parts of Leinster with the continued risk of hail and thunder and perhaps a wintry flurry on the Wicklow mountains towards dawn. The best of the drier conditions will be further west. North to northeast winds will be light to moderate in strength but fresher at times on coasts. Minimum temperatures of 0 to plus 4 degrees, with some frost in the south and southwest. A few mist and fog patches possible also where winds fall light.
Cold with frequent showers, the showers turning to longer spells of rain in eastern areas with the risk of hail and thunder, perhaps a wintry flurry on the Wicklow mountains in the morning. The best of the drier weather will be in Munster and Connacht, and some sunny intervals will break through the cloud at times. Maximum temperatures will range 4 to 6 degrees in light to moderate east to southeast or variable winds that will increase fresh at times on coasts.
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