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National Forecast

15 September 2019 20:48

Tonight

Drizzle and outbreaks of rain, persistent across the central belt of the country, will spread southwards overnight. Misty with hill and coastal fog, all in near calm. Becoming dry further north though with clear spells developing. Lowest temperatures will contrast from 6 degrees near north coasts to 14 degrees in southern counties.

Tomorrow

Monday will begin cloudy, but dry apart from drizzle or light rain across southern counties. Sunny spells will gradually break through across the northern half of the country by early afternoon, with brighter skies reaching remaining areas later in the day. Highest temperatures will range 14 to 20 degrees (north to south), in light north to northeast breezes.

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