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National Forecast

01 April 2023 06:31


A band of rain will persist over the north, northeast and east today giving the chance of spot flooding. Heavy showers in the southwest will clear this morning. The Connacht and Munster will become mainly dry with isolated showers and some sunny spells. Breezy at times with moderate to fresh northwest winds. Highest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees.


Patchy rain in eastern and northeastern counties will eventually die out overnight. Dry and mostly clear elsewhere. A slight frost is possible over the western half of the country with lowest temperatures of 0 to 3 degrees, not as cold further east under cloudier skies. Northwest winds will ease early tonight becoming largely calm.


Sunday will be a mainly dry day with varying cloud cover and good spells of hazy sunshine. There may be light isolated showers in some parts. Highest temperatures of 10 to 13 degrees. Mostly calm conditions, with light southerly winds developing later.

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