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National Forecast

02 December 2021 07:07

Today

A largely dry start to the morning with sunny spells developing, along with a few passing showers. Cloud will gradually build from the west through the day, with patchy drizzle developing during the afternoon. Heavier and more persistent rain will develop in the west and northwest in the evening. Highest afternoon temperatures of just 3 to 8 degrees, coldest in the northeast, in light to moderate westerly winds, backing southwesterly in the afternoon.

Tonight

Tonight, rain will continue to track southeastwards with a clearance in the northwest early in the night extending across the country with just some light patchy rain, drizzle and mist lingering in places. Lowest temperatures ranging from 3 degrees in the northeast and east to 7 or 8 degrees in the southwest. Moderate, occasionally fresh, southwesterly winds will veer northwesterly and ease.

Tomorrow

Friday will start mostly dry with some sunny spells, and just the chance of a few stray showers near northern coasts. Cloud will thicken from the west through the morning, with some patchy light rain or drizzle possible in parts of Munster and south Leinster. This will clear eastwards through the late afternoon, allowing a few brighter spells to develop but with scattered showers as well. Highest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees in mostly light to moderate west to southwest winds, but freshening towards the evening as a band of heavier showers pushes into the northwest.

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