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Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Friday 29 August
Mostly cloudy and breezy this evening with scattered outbreaks of rain and misty in places also. Drier conditions in some areas, with some bright spells for a time, especially in parts of Ulster and parts of east Leinster. Fresh and gusty southwest winds, strong and blustery near Atlantic coasts.
Cloudy and misty overnight with scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle continuing, low cloud and fog persisting on higher ground. There will be drier periods as well, mostly in more northern areas early in the night and in southern and southwestern areas later in the night. Humid and mild with overnight lows of 10 to 13 degrees Celsius and the fresh southwest winds will decrease moderate overnight.
Saturday 30 August
Tomorrow Saturday will be rather cloudy in many areas in the morning and misty in some places with some scattered outbreaks of rain, especially in parts of Ulster. Becoming generally dry elsewhere later in the morning and for the afternoon with some sunny spells developing, but probably cloudier in Ulster with some showers continuing in the afternoon. Highest temperatures of 16 to 18 degrees Celsius in a moderate, occasionally fresh west to northwest breeze.
Saturday night will be humid and misty with light winds and near calm conditions. Mist will form widely and may thicken to fog inland. Sunday will be a dry day in most places, but a little light rain or drizzle will occur in parts of the west and north. From Monday onwards going into midweek the weather will be mostly settled and dry. Winds will be light and variable in direction. Inland temperatures will get into the early twenties and the nights will be very mild.
Report issued:29/08/2014 16:06