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National Forecast

20 May 2022 04:48


Outbreaks of rain in western areas will be heavy at times as it moves eastwards across the country this morning, followed by sunny spells and heavy blustery showers. Some thundery falls are possible locally, especially over the eastern half of the country this afternoon, with a chance of hail and spot flooding. Showers will ease in the evening with many areas having a dry and bright end to the day. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 or 17 degrees, best values further east. Moderate to fresh and gusty southerly winds will veer westerly.


Tonight will be largely dry after lingering showers this evening die out. Mostly clear at first, but it will turn cloudier overnight with some showers moving onto western coasts towards dawn. Winds will ease to a light to moderate southwest breeze. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees.


A good deal of cloud around tomorrow with showers, most persistent and frequent across Connacht and Ulster. Decent dry spells elsewhere with showers more isolated. Brightening up at times with the odd spell of sunshine breaking through. Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 or 18 degrees, coolest in the northwest. Moderate southwest winds, fresher at times near western coasts.

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