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National Forecast

20 February 2020 19:37


Showers becoming increasingly isolated and confined to the west and north early tonight. Dry elsewhere at first, with clear spells and temperatures falling to between 2 and 5 degrees for a time. Increasing cloud will see temperatures rise overnight, with rain arriving in the northwest around midnight and extending slowly southeastwards to cover the northern half of the country by dawn. The rain will be heavy over high ground in the northwest, causing some localised flooding. Winds will strengthen across the country overnight with gales on Atlantic coasts.


Windy in all parts tomorrow, Friday, with outbreaks of rain over the northern half of the country gradually edging southeastwards, reaching all areas during the afternoon. The rain will be heaviest and most persistent in the west, generally lighter and patchier in nature further east. Highs of 9 to 11 degrees, in strong and gusty southwesterly winds, with gales on coasts.

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