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National Forecast

15 July 2024 11:08


Continuing to turn mostly cloudy from the south this afternoon with the best of the sunny spells in Ulster. Scattered outbreaks of showery rain will mainly affect the southern half of the country and the east, turning heavy at times. Showers will occur in the northwest too, some possibly heavy. Highest temperatures of 15 to 21 degrees, coolest in the southeast and warmest in the north and northwest. Southeast to east or variable winds will be mostly light, although fresher at times along southern coasts.


Outbreaks of rain, mainly in the southeast and east, will clear eastwards tonight with some clear spells and isolated showers following from the west. Mild and humid with temperatures not falling below 11 to 13 degrees in mostly light west or northwest breezes with some mist and hill fog developing.


Tuesday will be mostly warm and dry with sunny spells. However, some well scattered showers will occur. Highest temperatures of 17 to 21 or 22 degrees in just light to moderate northwest to west breezes.

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