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Dublin Outlook

24 Hour Forecast  

National Forecast

04 December 2020 14:29

Today

Rain in most areas for the rest of today, falling as sleet or snow in places for a time. Becoming increasingly windy, with fresh to strong, gusty northerly winds, becoming very strong near north and west coasts. Afternoon temperatures of 3 to 5 degrees will rise to between 5 and 8 later this evening.

Tonight

This evening and tonight will be windy, with outbreaks of rain. Clearer conditions with scattered showers will develop in Leinster and east Ulster overnight. Overnight temperatures of 4 to 6 degrees with fresh to strong, gusty northerly winds, strongest along coast. Winds will ease in many inland areas by morning.

Tomorrow

Saturday will be mainly dry in inland counties with sunny spells. Showery rain will continue in western coastal counties and scattered showers will affect eastern coastal counties. Cold, with afternoon temperatures 5 to 7 degrees, and moderate to fresh northerly winds, strong for a time in coastal areas and easing later.

Regional Forecast

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