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National Forecast

24 November 2020 08:43


Outbreaks of rain today, heaviest and most persistent across the western half of the country with a risk of some flooding. Further east, the rain will be patchier in nature with good dry periods at times but it'll turn more persistent by evening. After a mild start with highs of 9 to 12 degrees, colder air will feed eastwards over the country with temperatures dropping back to just 4 or 5 degrees by evening as clearer conditions extend across western counties. Fresh southerly breezes will veer westerly and ease.


Rain clearing from the east coast early tonight to leave a cold night nationwide with good dry periods. A few rain or hail showers will affect Atlantic coastal counties. Frost and ice will form in some areas, particularly in the east and south as lowest temperatures fall back to between 0 and 3 degrees in light or moderate southwest or west breezes.


On Wednesday, frost and ice will clear during the morning to leave a cold and bright day with sunny spells. There'll be a few rain or hail showers, these primarily affecting Connacht and Ulster. Maximum temperatures of 7 to 10 degrees in moderate west or northwest breezes.

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