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National Forecast

27 September 2020 05:29


A bright start to the morning with a mix of sunny spells and hazy sunshine as any frost clears away quickly. Cloud will steadily move in from the west through the morning and afternoon ahead of patchy rain and drizzle moving into western counties in the evening. Highest temperatures of 12 to 17 degrees, warmest in the southwest, in light southwesterly breezes, freshening on Atlantic coasts later.


Cloudy tonight, as rain and drizzle move into the western half of the country. The rain and drizzle will be most persistent in coastal counties with more scattered outbreaks further inland. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 10 degrees in Ulster and Leinster with 10 to 13 degrees elsewhere. Light to moderate southerly breezes will be fresh to strong on Atlantic coasts.


Monday will begin damp in many areas as light rain and drizzle continues to clear eastwards during the morning though still lingering on eastern coastal counties into the early afternoon. Sunny spells and well scattered showers will follow. Warmer than recent days with highest temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees in moderate southerly breezes, veering westerly as the rain clears and easing through the day.

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