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Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Very humid and muggy overnight. Low cloud and fog on hills and some coasts. There will patchy rain or drizzle in places especially in Atlantic counties, but long dry periods also. Lowest temperatures 14 to 16 degrees in moderate southerly breezes.
Wednesday 1 July
Tomorrow, Tuesday will be dry and warm in many areas.
Starting off rather cloudy, sunny spells will develop especially in eastern and central areas, but there is a risk of some showers breaking out in the afternoon. It will be duller and cloudier in western areas and near parts of the south coast with patchy rain or drizzle mostly near coasts. Sea fog likely also. It will be warm and humid with temperatures of 21 to 25 degrees, but cooler in western and southern coastal counties with top temperatures of 18 to 20 degrees there.
Headline: Very warm and humid much of the time, with some sunshine, but with showers or more persistent rain at times also and sea fog.
Tuesday night: Very mild and humid. Many areas dry, but rain and drizzle will persist along some Atlantic coasts and there is a risk of a few scattered, possibly thundery, showers elsewhere. Misty, with fog patches. Min. 12 to 15 C.
Wednesday: Very warm, with some hazy sunshine, mainly in the east, but there is a risk of some thundery showers developing. Mostly cloudy in the southwest, west and northwest, with rain and drizzle, though it may brighten up in coastal areas later. Max. 17 to 25 C, highest in eastern areas, with light S'ly or variable breezes. Wednesday night will be mild and humid in the E'rn half of the country, with a risk of heavy, thundery rain, but it will be clearer and fresher further west.
Thursday: A little cooler and fresher, with sunny spells developing. Scattered showers also, some heavy, with a risk of thunder. Max. 17 to 21 C, in a moderate SW'ly wind.
Friday: Early indications suggest that it will be quite warm, with some sunshine and temperatures up to the low 20s, but cloudier conditions, with rain and drizzle will extend gradually from the west and south later, with mostly moderate southeasterly winds.
Weekend: Changeable weather continuing.
Report issued:29/06/2015 21:18