24 Hour Forecast
16 September 2019 09:01
A cloudy start in most areas with light rain, drizzle, mist and isolated fog patches about. Cloud will gradually break in the north and northwest later this morning and afternoon allowing a few bright or sunny spells through. Elsewhere a good deal of cloud about with just a few limited bright or sunny spells breaking through. Light rain, drizzle and mist will become mostly confined to southern counties this afternoon. Highest temperatures generally 14 to 17 degrees Celsius but a degree of two higher in southern areas. Breezes mainly light northeast or variable.
Dry tonight with clear spells with some mist setting in early tonight and some fog overnight also especially inland. Lowest temperatures will range 3 to 8 degrees Celsius in light variable breezes.
Early morning mist and fog clearing on Tuesday, to give a dry and calm day, with sunny spells . Highest temperatures will range 15 to 19 degrees Celsius, mildest in the south and southwest.
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