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Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Tuesday 24 January
Mild and rather windy overnight, with patches of mist, drizzle and light rain at times. These mainly affecting southern and western counties, with some fog locally also. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 9 C., in a fresh or strong southerly wind.Gale:
South to southeast winds will increase to gale force overnight, on Irish coastal waters, from Mizen Head to Erris Head to Malin Head.
Issued at 17:30 on 24-Jan-2017
Wednesday 25 January
A windy day tomorrow, with strong and gusty southerly winds, which will reach gale force along exposed coasts. Some patchy rain, mist and drizzle at times, mainly affecting southern and western counties, giving the odd heavy burst in coastal areas. However, it will be largely dry elsewhere, with a mixture of cloud and bright spells or sunny spells. Top afternoon temperatures will range from 9 to 11 or 12 C.
Wednesday night: Windy and mild in many places on Wednesday night with strong and gusty southerly winds and gales in exposed areas and in coastal fringes but possibly cooler in eastern areas.
Thursday: A windy day. Cool and mainly dry over Leinster and Ulster with some sunny spells and temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees. Highs of 8 to 10 degrees and mostly cloudy across Connacht and Munster. Scattered outbreaks of rain will be heavy at times in parts of the west and southwest with poor visibility locally. Strong to gale force south to southeast winds moderating later.
Friday: The winds continuing to ease on Friday and there will be scattered outbreaks of rain and temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees.
The weekend looks like being quite cold with sharp night frosts. Still blustery on Saturday with some showers scattered across the country but dry and quite sunny for Sunday with light winds.
Report issued:24/01/2017 17:46