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National Forecast

26 May 2022 12:07


Showery outbreaks of rain mainly confined to Munster and parts of Leinster this afternoon will gradually clear south by this evening with drier weather and sunny spells in northern parts extending to all areas. Highest temperatures of 13 degrees to 18 degrees, or even a little cooler in the northern and western fringes in moderate to fresh westerly winds.


Tonight will be rather chilly, but dry and largely clear. However, it will be cloudier over Ulster and north Connacht with the chance of isolated drizzle patches there. A few mist and fog patches will develop as winds ease light westerly or variable. Lowest temperatures of 4 to 8 degrees generally, or even a little cooler locally in the south.


Tomorrow, Friday, will be a dry and sunny day over most of the country. However, it will be cloudier for a time in Ulster with the chance of an isolated drizzle patch in the morning. Highest temperatures of 13 degrees in the north to 19 degrees in the south in light to moderate northwest winds.

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