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Dry for the rest of today and mostly sunny. Winds will be light to moderate northwesterly in most parts but southwesterly at times near the south coast.
Staying dry and largely clear tonight. Temperatures will dip to between 4and 8 Celsius in light northerly or variable breezes. A few isolated mist and fog patches may form also.
Saturday will be another dry and mostly sunny day. Top temperatures of 17 to 20 Celsius in mostly light north or northeast breezes. A little cooler near the south coast where sea breezes will develop locally during the afternoon.
Continuing dry for the rest of this evening with some late sunny spells. Northwest breezes mostly light or moderate in strength.
Staying dry and largely clear tonight. Lowest temperatures of 4 to 7 degrees. Some patches of mist and isolated fog patches will form under slack winds.
Saturday will be dry with spells of sunshine and a light to moderate northerly breeze. Feeling warm in the sunshine with top temperatures generally 16 to 20 degrees, but it will be a little cooler in the north due to the onshore breeze.
Staying dry and clear Saturday night with lowest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees in a light to moderate northerly breeze. Staying mostly dry and sunny through Sunday, there is the chance of a light shower in the north and east. Highest temperatures of 14 to 19 degrees, once again it will be cooler in north Ulster in moderate northeasterly winds. Becoming cloudier overnight Sunday night with lowest temperatures of 5 to 9 degrees in a light northerly breeze. A cooler, cloudier day on Monday with scattered light showers. Highest temperatures of 11 to 15 degrees in a light to moderate northerly breeze, with lowest temperatures on Monday night of 5 to 8 once again. Marginally higher temperatures on Tuesday, it’ll be a rather cloudy day with light winds and scattered showers. Current indications suggest that there’ll be further showers in the mid-week period, with light winds and temperatures about average for the time of year.
West to northwest winds will reach force 6 or higher on Irish coasts from Erris Head to Bloody Foreland to Fair Head.
Issued: 26 May 2022 21:49
West-Northwest, 18 Knots, Cloudy, 12 Miles, 1028, Rising slowly
West-Northwest, 14 Knots, Gust 25 Knots, Fair, 21 Miles, 1027, Steady
West-Southwest, 10 Knots, Wave ht:0.9 m, The visibility at Tuskar is greater than 10 Miles, 1029, Falling slowly
South-Southwest, 17 Knots, Fair, 12 Miles, 1028, Steady
West-Southwest, 9 Knots, Fair, 10 Miles, 1029, Steady
West, 7 Knots, Fair, 9 Miles, 1029, Steady
West, 10 Knots, Fair, 14 Miles, 1030, Steady
West-Northwest, 5 Knots, Cloudy, 15 Miles, 1029, Steady
Southwest, 9 Knots, Wave ht:0.6 m, 1028, Steady
West-Southwest, 2 Knots, Wave ht: 3.4 m, 1029, Steady
West-Northwest, 11 Knots, Wave ht: 3.2 m, 1029, Rising slowly
South, 11 Knots, Wave ht: 2.9 m, 1027, Steady
Sea Area Forecast until 1800 Saturday 28 May 2022. Issued at 1800 Friday 27 May 2022.
Meteorological Situation at 1500: An area of high pressure over Ireland with central pressure of 1030 hPa maintains light to moderate west to northwest or variable airflow over the country.
Wind: Northwest force 3 to 5 imminent, strongest in the north Irish Sea. Soon decreasing northwest force 3 or 4, later mainly north to northwest force 4 or 5 but variable force 3 or less between Carlingford Lough and Howth Head.
Weather: Fair or Fine
Wind: Variable force 2 to 4 imminent. Soon northeasterly or variable force 2 or 4.
Weather: Fair or fine.
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 1800 Sunday 29 May 2022: Light to moderate north to northeasterly winds increasing moderate to fresh but possibly increasing strong at times along southeast and west coasts. Fair with isolated showers mainly in the east and north.