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Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Cold, windy and showery tonight with some clear periods during the early night, but more general rain spreading eastwards later in the night. Lowest temperatures of 3 to 7 degrees. Southwesterly winds will be strong and gusty.
Westerly to southwesterly gales continuing tonight on all coasts of Ireland and on the Irish Sea; on Sunday morning, westerly winds will increase further to strong gale or occasionally storm force in all areas.
Issued at 17:00 on 28-Nov-2015
Sunday 29 November
The passage of Storm Clodagh to the north of Ireland will bring very strong west to southwesterly winds tomorrow morning and very strong west to northwesterly winds tomorrow afternoon. Storm Clodagh will also be accompanied by showers or longer spells of showery rain through the day. A cold day with highest temperatures of 8 to 12 degrees.
General: Very unsettled and changeable weather with heavy rain and strong winds at times.
Sunday night: Cold with winds easing and some frost for a time on Sunday night in Ulster, but rain will return countrywide overnight, possibly falling as sleet in parts of Ulster.
Monday: Wet on Monday morning with widespread rain and some sleet or wet snow possible in parts of Ulster. Cold in the north with temperatures of 4 to 6 degrees but typical values elsewhere of 11 to 14 degrees Celsius. Turning drier in Ulster later in the day with possibly some frost there early Monday night. Rain elsewhere will spread to northern areas overnight and it will turn milder.
Tuesday: Windy but much milder on Tuesday. Damp in the morning with persistent rain in northern areas. Drier in many areas in the afternoon but some rain likely, mainly in the west and north. Afternoon temperatures of 11 to 14 degrees C.
Wednesday: Further rain at times on Wednesday also, mild early in the day but turning cooler later with some frost on Wednesday night
Report issued:28/11/2015 20:45