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This evening will bring further showers with some sunshine in between as well. Continuing breezy in moderate to fresh westerly winds.
A mix of clear spells and scattered showers tonight. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 8 degrees with moderate westerly breezes.
Isolated showers tomorrow, Monday, morning will become frequent in the afternoon, with a spell of persistent rain later in the day. Highest temperatures of 15 to 17 degrees with moderate westerly winds freshening and becoming southerly.
Scattered showers interspersed with dry and sunny intervals this evening. Some of the showers will be heavy especially in the east and northeast with some thundery bursts possible here. Breezy in a moderate to fresh and gusty southwest to west wind.
A mix of clear spells and scattered showers tonight, the showers merging to longer spells of rain in Ulster. Lowest temperatures of 6 to 10 degrees with a light to moderate southwest to west breeze. Some mist patches will form overnight.
Sunny spells and a few showers during the morning. However, cloud increasing from the Atlantic bringing outbreaks of rain to western parts during the afternoon and evening. However many eastern areas holding dry for much of the day. Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees. Light to moderate southwesterly winds will back southerly and increase strong along Atlantic coasts in the afternoon.
Rain will spread across the country Monday night, clearing to showers by morning. Lowest temperatures 10 to 12 degrees as strong southerly winds moderate. Persistent rain will clear away to the east on Tuesday morning, leaving a mixed day for all areas with sunny spells and scattered showers. Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees. Winds mainly moderate southerly, fresh along coasts. Showers will continue Tuesday night, with some clear spells. Temperatures generally not falling below 8 to 10 degrees, as winds fall light to moderate and variable. Another showery day in store for Wednesday, with more persistent rain moving into the south of the country and extending northwards through the day, clearing to showers by nightfall. Highest temperatures of 15 to 17 degrees, with light northerly or variable winds. Little change on Thursday with light to moderate westerly winds and showers in the afternoon. Current indications suggest that conditions will remain unsettled through the weekend as low pressure continues to dominate.
Cyclonic variable winds will reach force 6 or higher today on all Irish coasts.
West to northwest winds will reach force 6 at times tonight on coasts from Valentia to Erris Head to Fair Head.
South to southwest winds will increase to force 6 or 7 at times later tomorrow (Monday) on coasts from Dungarvan to Slyne Head to Bloody Foreland.
Issued: 26 June 2022 16:58
West-Southwest, 21 Knots, Fair, 16 Miles, 997, Rising slowly
Southwest, 9 Knots, Gust 25 Knots, Recent rain shower, 8 Miles, 1002, Rising
Southwest, 18 Knots, Gust 29 Knots, Wave ht: 2.5 m, The visibility at Tuskar is greater than 10 Miles, 1006, Rising slowly
West-Northwest, 19 Knots, Hvy rain shower, 1.8 Miles, 1006, Rising
West, 19 Knots, Cloudy, 13 Miles, 1007, Rising slowly
West-Northwest, 17 Knots, Cloudy, 15 Miles, 1007, Rising
West-Northwest, 23 Knots, Cloudy, 7 Miles, 1004, Rising
West-Northwest, 18 Knots, Cloudy, 8 Miles, 1002, Rising
South-Southwest, 24 Knots, Wave ht: 2.4 m, 1002, Rising slowly
Northwest, 19 Knots, Wave ht: 3.7 m, 1009, Rising slowly
West-Northwest, 17 Knots, Wave ht: 3.1 m, 999, Rising
Northwest, 20 Knots, Wave ht: 4.6 m, 1012, Rising slowly
Sea Area Forecast until 1800 Monday 27 June 2022. Issued at 1800 Sunday 26 June 2022.
Meteorological Situation at 1500: A depression of 993 hPa centred directly to the northwest of Ireland will track northwards towards Iceland whilst filling, and the fresh or strong to near gale cyclonic airflow over Ireland will become west to northwest and will gradually moderate. A strengthening southwest airflow will develop in the west later as a warm front approaches from the Atlantic.
Wind: South to southwest force 5 to 7, force 4 to 6 imminent. Soon westerly force 4 or 5, later south to southwest force 4 to 6 later.
Weather: Showers or longer spells of rain some heavy and thundery. Scattered showers later.
Visibility: Moderate or poor in precipitation. Improving good at times later.
Wind: West to northwest force 5 to 6 imminent. Soon decreasing force 5. Later south to southwest force 5 to 7 and gusty.
Weather: Scattered showers. Turning cloudy later with rain and drizzle. Some mist patches.
Visibility: Moderate or poor in precipitation or mist. Otherwise good.
Wind: West to northwest force 5 to 6 imminent, Soon westerly force 4 to 5. Later south to southeast force 5 to 7 but force 4 between Malin Head and Fair Head.
Weather: Occasional rain or showers, isolated mist
Visibility: Moderate or poor in precipitation and mist
Outlook for a further 24 hours until 1800 Tuesday 28 June 2022: Moderate to strong south to southwest winds in the east at first. Otherwise southerly winds increasing strong to near gale force, possibly touching gale force locally in the east. Winds will veer southwest fresh or strong in western areas by the end of the period. Rain and drizzle spreading from the Atlantic with mist and fog. Showers following from the west later.