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National Forecast

25 May 2018 05:34


A mild and humid start to day the day with variable cloud. A few well scattered showers initially too - mainly affecting Atlantic coasts. Generally dry through the day though with warm spells of sunshine developing. A few showers will however move in off the Irish Sea, some of these turning heavy up along the eastern counties this evening. North to northeast breezes will be mostly moderate in strength but fresh up along east coasts. Highest temperatures will range 18 to 23 degrees Celsius, warmest across central and southern areas. Temperatures will be a few degrees lower around coasts as well as northern counties with onshore winds.


Well scattered showers gradually moving westwards tonight in a moderate northeast breeze. Another relatively mild night with lowest temperatures 8 to 12 degrees Celsius.


A few showers, mainly up along Atlantic coasts at first tomorrow. Drier elsewhere with a mix of cloud and hazy sunshine through the day, all in a moderate to fresh easterly breeze. Once again though some showers will move in off the Irish Sea through the evening, turning heavy and possibly thundery across parts of Leinster and then Munster before nightfall. Spot flooding is possible. Highest temperatuers will range 17 to 21 or 22 degrees Celsius (best in the west).

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