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National Forecast

01 March 2024 19:04

Today

Further rain in the east and southeast this evening, with any lingering sleet and snow in these areas mainly confined to hills and mountains. Elsewhere mainly dry with varying cloud and clear spells. Northerly winds mostly moderate or fresh in strength but winds will be strong along coasts and gusty at times.

Tonight

Rain in the east and southeast for a time, with any lingering sleet and snow in these areas mainly confined to hills and mountains. Elsewhere dry with varying cloud and clear spells. However scattered showers will develop in the west and north overnight, some possibly turning to sleet in the northwest by morning. Lowest temperatures of -1 to +2 degrees, with some icy stretches forming. Northerly winds mostly moderate or fresh in strength but winds will be strong at times along coasts and gusty at times also.

Tomorrow

A cold and icy start tomorrow. Scattered showers will occur through the day along with a few bright or sunny intervals. The showers will mainly be of rain but a few will possibly fall as hail and sleet, with an isolated snow shower possible in the northwest. Afternoon highs of 3 to 7 degrees. Moderate to fresh northerly winds, strong and gusty in west Connacht and west Munster at times.

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