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Réamhaisnéis Náisiúnta

13 June 2024 14:04


Rain across the north and east will gradually clear this afternoon but will linger in parts of Ulster. Scattered showers and occasional bright spells will follow from the southwest. A breezy day with fresh and occasionally gusty southeast winds, veering westerly and easing later. Highs of 13 to 18 degrees.


Tonight will bring some clear spells but with scattered showers spreading from the west overnight, some heavy. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 10 degrees in mostly light to moderate west to southwest winds, though winds will be a little fresher for a time in western coastal parts.


There'll be some bright or sunny spells tomorrow, but showers will become fairly widespread, and some will be heavy. There'll be some isolated thunderstorms and the chance of hail, especially across the midlands, east and southeast. Later in the afternoon and evening, a band of more persistent rain will move in across western parts. Highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees in mostly light to moderate west to southwest winds, but with winds increasing fresh to strong and occasionally gusty later in coastal parts of the northwest, west and southwest.

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