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Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

Réamhaisnéis Náisiúnta

18 September 2018 23:41

Anocht

Remaining showers and thunderstorms in the north will soon die out and it will become mainly dry for a time. Later in the night, squally showery rain associated with Storm Ali will move in from the west and spread eastwards. Southerly winds will strengthen overnight reaching gale or strong gale force on Atlantic coasts with strong and gusty winds inland by dawn. Lowest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees.

Amárach

Storm Ali will bring very windy conditions to all areas tomorrow with strong to gale force south to southwest winds later veering westerly. There will be severe or possibly damaging gusts for a time in the morning especially in the west and northwest. Extreme caution is advised in the coastal districts of Clare, Connacht and Donegal in the morning. Rain will clear quickly in the morning to blustery showers in the afternoon. In the northwest early morning rain will be heavy. Turning cooler, with afternoon temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees.

Regional Forecast

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