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National Forecast

21 July 2019 23:26

Tonight

Rain will continue persistent and occasionally heavy in the north and west for a time overnight, with more intermittent falls of rain and drizzle elsewhere. Mist and fog patches also. Most of the rain will clear northwards by morning, but it will linger along some north and northwest coasts for a time. A humid night, with temperatures no lower than 16 to 18 degrees. Southwest breezes mostly moderate but winds strong at times on coasts.

Tomorrow

Dry for much of the country on Monday, with spells of warm sunshine developing. Cloudier conditions will likely persist in some Atlantic coastal counties and along the south coast, however, with patchy mist and drizzle. Top temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees, but a little cooler in the coastal fringes of the west and south. Moderate southwesterly winds will be fresh to strong near coasts, and occasionally very strong and gusty on west and northwest coasts.

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