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Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

Réamhaisnéis Náisiúnta

19 September 2018 11:51

Inniu

Storm Ali continues to clear northeastwards. There will be severe or possibly damaging gusts for a time especially in the west and northwest with extreme caution advised for a time in the coastal districts of Clare, Connacht and Donegal. Southwest to west winds with gales or severe gales will continue to abate this afternoon, but winds will remain strong in many areas. Some sunshine and blustery showers will follow this afternoon with highest temperatures of 14 to 17 Degrees.

Anocht

Many places will be dry tonight, aside from a scattering of showers affecting western and northern areas, and patchy rain and drizzle along southern coasts. Southwesterly winds will continue to moderate overnight, becoming light and variable over southern counties. A chilly night, with lows of 6 to 9 degrees.

Amárach

Dry in many areas at first tomorrow, Thursday, with the best of any sunshine further north during the morning. Mostly cloudy further south, with outbreaks of rain spreading from the south and affecting much of the country through the afternoon and evening. The rain will be heavy and persistent in Munster and south Leinster, with a risk of spot flooding, but tending more intermittent in nature elsewhere. Winds mainly light and variable, becoming moderate to fresh north to northwest in the evening. Top temperatures just 11 to 14 degrees.

Regional Forecast

MET News

17 September 2018

Met Éireann briefing on Ex Tropical Storm Helene 4pm Monday 17th September

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16 September 2018

MET ÉIREANN BRIEFING REGARDING EX TROPICAL STORM HELENE AT MIDDAY ON SUNDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER

Tropical storm Helene continues to weaken and will

15 September 2018

Met Éireann briefing regarding Tropical Storm Helene as of 3pm, Saturday 15th September

Helene maintains Tropical Storm status in the late

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