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National Forecast

05 April 2020 11:36


Mild and windy for the rest of today. Some hazy sunshine at first in parts of the East and North. However, outbreaks of rain elsewhere will extend countrywide during the afternoon and evening, with some heavy bursts in the south. Strong and gusty south to southeast winds, touching gale force near exposed coasts. There is a slight risk of localised coastal flooding along exposed coasts at high tides. Highs of 12 to 16 degrees.


The last of today's rain will clear the east coast around midnight, then turning cooler with clear spells and scattered blustery showers. Southwesterly winds remaining strong on western and northern coasts but moderating elsewhere. Minimum temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees.


A fresher day with sunny spells and scattered showers in all areas. The showers - heaviest in the north - will largely die out in the evening. Fresh west to southwest winds will gradually ease. Maximum temperatures 10 to 13 degrees, highest in the east.

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