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Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

National Forecast

21 May 2018 14:35


A band of rain over the country will continue to narrow and weaken this afternoon and evening, as drier and brighter weather along eastern and western regions extends further inland. Top temperature generally 9 to 14 Celsius early this afternoon, but warmer in the east and southeast with values of 15 to 18 Celsius. Winds mostly light to moderate northerly in direction.


Any lingering patches of rain or drizzle will die away and tonight will be mainly dry with clear spells developing. Minimum temperatures 3 to 7 degrees, coldest where long breaks in cloud occur. A few mist patches possible. Winds mostly light northerly.


Tomorrow, Tuesday, will be dry with sunny spells. Maximum temperatures 13 to 18 degrees, coolest in Atlantic coastal counties and possibly up to 19 degrees in the southeast. Winds mostly light, northerly in direction.

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