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22 April 2021 21:03


Dry and calm tonight with long clear spells. Chilly with lowest temperatures of -1 to + 4 degrees Celsius, coolest inland with a touch of frost in places. Holding slightly milder in the southwest where southeast winds will continue light to moderate. Some mist and fog patches also.


Friday will be another dry bright day, however sunshine will be a hazier. Another mild and pleasant day with highest temperatures of 12 to 18 degrees Celsius. It will be mildest once again in the west, with slightly cooler temperatures along eastern and southern coasts owing to onshore breezes. East to southeast breezes with mostly moderate in strength, strong at times along the Munster coast.

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