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National Forecast

14 April 2021 17:39

Today

Staying dry with scattered cloud but some long clear spells too this evening. Light east to southeast breezes.

Tonight

Tonight will be dry with long clear spells. Mist and fog may develop on south and east coasts and also in some inland areas. Frost will develop also. Lowest temperatures of -2 to +2 degrees in a light south to southeast breeze.

Tomorrow

Thursday will be largely dry with good sunny spells after any mist or fog patches clear. There will be a bit more cloud during the afternoon and a chance of one or two isolated light showers. Highest temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees, coolest along south and east coasts and warmest in the west. Light to moderate southerlies, fresh at times along Atlantic coasts.

Regional Forecast

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