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National Forecast

23 September 2018 23:35


Any isolated showers in Ulster will become confined to coastal districts tonight and most places will have a dry, clear and cold night. Lowest temperatures will range zero to 4 degrees with winds becoming light westerly or variable inland, resulting in a touch of frost locally.


It will be dry in most areas on Monday with a mix of cloud and sunny spells. There will just be a few showers in the north. After a cold start highest afternoon temperatures will reach 13 or 14 degrees in mainly light westerly or variable breezes.

Regional Forecast

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