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National Forecast

17 April 2021 05:03


There'll be sunshine today, the best of this in the east and the best of this in the morning, though it will become increasingly cloudy from the west through the day. There'll be a good lot of dry weather for much of the day for most, but through the afternoon, some rain and drizzle will push into western coastal parts and this will then gradually start to spread eastwards into west Munster, much of Connacht and western coastal parts of Ulster through the evening. It will continue to hold dry elsewhere though. Highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees with mostly moderate southerly winds, increasing fresh to strong though along western coasts.


Cloudy tonight with the rain and drizzle gradually spreading eastwards, but it will be very light and patchy further to the east. There'll be some mist too and some hill fog, with lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees in a light to moderate southerly wind, fresh to strong though in some western coastal parts.


Tomorrow, Sunday, will be mostly cloudy with some scattered outbreaks of patchy light rain and drizzle, and some mist in places. It will become mainly dry though through the morning in Leinster, with good dry spells in most other areas too through the afternoon and evening, though still misty with a little rain and drizzle in parts of the west and north. Highest temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees, in light to moderate southerly winds, fresher though in western coastal parts.

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