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National Forecast

21 November 2018 10:14


Cold and showery today with local spot flooding. Some longer spells of rain at times across Leinster with the risk of hail and thunder. The best of the drier weather will occur in the west of Munster, where a few sunny intervals may develop. Top temperatures 5 to 8 degrees Celsius, but a little higher in some coastal fringes. East to southeast winds will be fresh at times on exposed southern and eastern coasts.


Cold tonight with some scattered rain or hail showers, mainly affecting southern and eastern coastal counties, especially later. Cold, with overnight lows of 0 to 4 degrees Celsius. Patchy frost developing where skies clear, in a light to moderate easterly breeze.


Cold again tomorrow Thursday, but drier and brighter than today with some sunny spells. Scattered showers will mainly affect southern and eastern coastal counties early on - overall dry elsewhere. Afternoon highs will range 6 to 10 degrees Celsius (north to south). Easterly breezes will be mostly light to moderate, but a little fresher along south and east coasts.

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