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National Forecast

23 September 2020 20:44


Cold and clear for most areas early tonight with just isolated showers. However, showery rain affecting parts of the southwest will extend northwards over the country during the course of the night, turning heavy in places. Becoming very windy in the southwest of Munster as strong to gale force west to northwest winds develop. Minimum temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees, coldest in central and northern parts.


A very windy start in southwest Munster on Thursday. It will be a cool and blustery day with showers and longer spells of rain across the country. There will be heavy bursts in places and some localised flooding is possible. The best of any dry periods are expected to occur in north Ulster. Highest temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees in fresh to strong and gusty mainly northerly winds

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