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National Forecast

20 September 2020 22:25

Tonight

Tonight will be dry with clear spells but areas of mist and fog will form quite widely in light winds. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees generally but possibly a few degrees lower in some rural, inland parts.

Tomorrow

A foggy start in many areas on Monday with mist, fog and low cloud slow to clear. It will be another dry day with good spells of sunshine in the southeast during the morning, extending to most other areas later. Remaining rather cloudy in the northwest, however. Highest temperatures will range between 15 degrees in the northwest to 21 degrees in the southeast, where the best of the sunshine will be. Winds will be light and variable but will increase moderate to fresh southwesterly in the northwest later.

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