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National Forecast

17 October 2021 17:05


Mostly cloudy this evening with just occasional bright or clear spells the best of which will be in the east. While it will mostly stay dry there will be a few patches of mist and drizzle about meanwhile the winds will gradually back southerly and ease mostly light.


Cloudy and mostly dry early tonight with just isolated patches of light rain, drizzle mist and fog. A more persistent, and occasionally heavier, band of rain will push into the south after midnight before extending northeastwards across the country by morning. Mild and humid overnight with temperatures not falling below 11 to 13 degrees and light to moderate southeasterly winds will freshen by morning.


Rain and drizzle will be persistent for a time over the north and east early in the morning but will become patchier elsewhere. Most areas will become dry by early afternoon with just isolated patches of mist and drizzle being confined to the northwest mostly. A few brighter spells are possible elsewhere however it will remain generally cloudy. Moderate to fresh southerly winds will ease in the afternoon as temperatures once again will be higher than typical for the time of year, ranging between 15 and 18 or possibly 19 degrees.

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