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National Forecast

16 January 2019 13:10


Today will be cold with a mix of sunshine and showers. The showers most frequent over the western half of the country at first but will become widespread through the course of the afternoon and evening. Some of the showers heavy at times, with the risk of hail and thunder and turning wintry on hills. Highest temperatures generally 4 to 8 degrees. Winds will be light to moderate west to southwest in direction for a time before veering northwesterly this afternoon and becoming strong to very strong and gusty in the south and southwest with Gales on exposed coasts here but remaining light or moderate elsewhere.


Further heavy showers for a time early tonight but becoming mostly dry overnight with just an isolated wintry shower in the north. A cold night with clear spells and lowest temperatures between -2 and +2 degrees Celsius with frost and icy stretches. Winds mostly light to moderate north or northwest in direction but fresh to strong at times along the north and northwest coast.


Tomorrow, Thursday, will be a cold day but dry in most areas with a good deal of sunshine. Cloud will however increase from the west through the course of the afternoon with outbreaks of rain developing along Atlantic coasts late evening time. Highest temperature of only 4 or 5 degrees. Light variable breezes will back southerly by evening and freshen along Atlantic coasts.

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