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Thursday 29 June 2017

TODAY

TODAY

Mist and fog will largely clear this morning, but some patches will linger along parts of the east and south coasts. A dry, mostly sunny day. Top temperatures 15-17C, but in the low teens in any coastal areas where sea mist and fog lingers. Tonight will be dry and clear with temperatures down to 2-4C. With light variable or calm conditions, there's a risk of returning sea fog and fog patches inland.

Tomorrow

Another fair day with good sunshine. Temperatures inland will reach 15C or 16C in the afternoon but it will be cooler along southern and eastern coasts where, more typically, temperatures will be between 12-14C. Winds will be light variable at first but becoming light southeasterly as the day goes on. Overnight temperatures will drop to 2C or 3C, with a return of fog patches.

Thursday

It will start off fair but cloud will increase later. Temperatures similar to Wednesday of 15C or 16C inland and west but at the east and south coasts, temperatures will be reduced by the cool breeze off the sea as the light southeast winds increase to moderate later. It'll stay dry through the night too.

Friday

It will become more unsettled, cooler and the moderate southeast wind will freshen. There'll be rain later also.

Outlook

Over the weekend, more typical Atlantic weather is expected. There'll be rain at times and it is expected to become windy with southerly winds, increasing fresh to strong at times.

Farming IMPACT

Soil temperatures are currently 0.5-2C above normal and most soils are close to saturation.

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