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National Forecast

17 January 2019 16:24


Cold and mostly cloudy this evening with rain developing in western and southwestern coastal areas. Dry elsewhere with a patchy frost forming.


Cold tonight with patchy frost in some eastern and northern areas. Outbreaks of rain will extend eastwards across the country overnight, preceded in some areas by a brief period of sleet and wet snow. Temperatures between 0 and +2 degrees early tonight, but values rising in most places by dawn.


Cold, breezy and wet for a time tomorrow morning, but brightening up in most places by the afternoon, with sunny spells and showers. Most of the showers will affect Atlantic coastal counties, where some will be heavy and prolonged. Top temperatures 7 to 9 degrees generally, but 4 to 6 degrees in Ulster. Fresh and gusty southeast winds will veer moderate to fresh southwesterly.

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