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National Forecast

13 May 2021 19:41


Tonight, scattered showers will largely die and most areas will become dry, with clear spells, but a few scattered showers will occur along western and northern coasts. With slack winds, some mist and fog will develop, becoming dense in some places, especially in parts of the midlands, east and north. Lowest temperatures 2 to 6 degrees.


Tomorrow morning, mist and fog will clear early on and it be mainly dry at first, with some sunshine. Scattered showers will develop once again, some of them heavy, especially in Ulster and north and east Leinster. There is a risk of isolated thunderstorms, mainly in northern counties. Mainly dry elsewhere for a time, but rain will develop in southwest Munster later in the afternoon, extending northeastwards over the rest of Munster, parts of south Leinster and west Connacht during the evening and early night. Highest temperatures 12 to 15 degrees, in mostly light to moderate southerly winds, later increasing fresh to strong on the southwest coast.

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