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National Forecast

23 February 2024 14:40


Cold and breezy for the rest of today in rather brisk westerly winds. Sunny spells and further scattered showers - some of hail, heaviest and most frequent over the western half of the country. Isolated thunderstorms are possible in the West and North and sleet is possible on high ground.


Tonight, scattered heavy and possibly thundery showers will continue with local hail. Any sleet showers will occur over higher ground. Long clear spells will develop overnight as showers become fewer, especially further east, but with frost and icy stretches developing. Lowest temperatures of -2 to +3 degrees in light to moderate northwest breezes.


On Saturday morning, frost and icy patches will clear. It will be a dry across much of the country; sunny to begin with high hazy sunshine gradually developing. Isolated showers will occur early on with patchy rain moving into the far Southwest later. Highest temperatures will range a seasonal of 7 to 10 degrees in mostly moderate northwest breezes.

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