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National Forecast

23 September 2018 10:46


Many places will be dry today with long sunny periods. However, scattered showers will continue to occur in parts of the west and north. Cool and breezy, with highs of just 11 to 14 degrees in moderate to fresh and occasionally gusty northwesterly winds.


Showers will become increasingly confined to coastal districts of the north and northwest, and most places will have a dry, clear and cold night tonight. Lows of zero to 4 degrees with winds becoming light and variable inland, resulting in a touch of frost away from coasts.


A cool, crisp and mostly sunny start to tomorrow Monday, but cloud will tend to bubble up in places through the afternoon. It will be a dry day for many, but a few showers will still occur in the far north and northwest of the country before dying out later in the day. Highs of 12 to 15 degrees in mainly light westerly or variable breezes over land, but moderate west to southwest winds developing on west and north coasts.

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