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Wednesday 20 September 2017

TODAY

TODAY

Windy and cold with scattered showers, some heavy and thundery in western counties. The showers will fall as sleet or snow before dawn but turn to rain from mid-morning onwards. Winds will be strong northwesterly and will ease later in the day. Afternoon temperatures of around 4-6C in northern areas and up to 7-8C in southern parts.

Tomorrow

Cloudy and wet but not as windy. Drizzle and light rain will cross the country from the west, but the rainfall amounts from this will be small. Temperatures will reach 10-11C. Winds will be moderate from a southwesterly direction. Later in the evening a band of heavy rain will reach western counties. This rain will cross the country overnight. Clearing skies in the wake of the rain could lead to frost early Thursday morning.

Thursday

Rain will clear the east in the morning and it will be a brighter day with blustery westerly winds. Rather cold again with afternoon highs of 7-9C. Showers will mainly affect the northwest of the country, where they will become wintry after dark. Overnight frost and ice in places.

Friday

Cold with wintry showers in the northwest and brisk northerly winds. Generally dry during the day with sunny periods but cloud increasing in the afternoon and rain developing overnight.

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Wet and mild on Saturday with southwesterly winds. Becoming colder again on Sunday.

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