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National Forecast

24 September 2018 04:52


A cold start today with any frost patches clearing to leave it dry and bright during the morning. It will remain mostly dry through the remainder of the day with a mixture of cloud and sunny spells. There is just the chance of the odd shower in Ulster. After a cold start highest afternoon temperatures will range between 12 and 15 degrees in mainly light westerly or variable breezes.


Dry in most areas overnight with good clear spells. However, outbreaks of rain will spread from the Atlantic to affect parts of the west coast by dawn on Tuesday. Minimum temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees but turning milder in most areas towards dawn on Tuesday as southerly winds begin to freshen.


Patchy rain and drizzle will spread from the Atlantic to affect parts of the west and northwest on Tuesday and southerly winds will increase fresh to strong. However, it will hold largely dry elsewhere with some sunny spells, the best of these in the southeast. Top temperatures will range 13 to 16 degrees.

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