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National Forecast

03 August 2021 05:14


Dry in most areas this morning, with patches of mist and fog clearing and just a few scattered showers. Showers will become more widespread today, some of them heavy and possibly thundery, but dry intervals will occur also, with some bright spells. More persistent rain and drizzle will develop along west and southwest coasts later, turning heavier and extending inland across much of Munster and Connacht this evening and early tonight. Maximum temperatures 16 to 19 or 20 degrees, in mostly light southerly or variable breezes.


Tonight, outbreaks of rain will extend gradually from the west, with a few heavy bursts, mainly in the western half of the country, but rain may not reach the each coast until the early morning. Mist or fog patches also. Minimum temperatures 10 to 14 degrees, in light southerly breezes.


Tomorrow, Wednesday, will be wet in most areas at first, with outbreaks of rain. Brighter conditions, with scattered showers, will extend gradually from the west during the morning and afternoon, with some heavy showers in the eastern half of the country, but more isolated further west. Maximum temperatures 16 to 20 degrees, in mostly light to moderate winds, southerly in the eastern half of the country, westerly elsewhere.

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