Staying mostly cloudy overnight, still with a risk of a few outbreaks of rain. Minimum temperature 12 Celsius.
Tomorrow will then be a dry day with plenty of sunny spells and light winds. Temperatures will rise to a pleasantly warm 19 Celsius,
Sunny spells and only isolated showers on Sunday, and feeling quite warm as temperatures reach 20 Celsius in a light or moderate northerly breeze.
9:34pm TomorrowWeather forecast updated as of 21 July 2017 10:32pm
Current shipping forecastValid for 24 Hours
A deep low centred over southern Ireland will drift slowly southwards and gradually fill over the next 24 hours.
Mainly East or Southeast 3 or 4 overnight, but 5 at times in the far west of the area. Then becoming Variable 2 or 3 later tomorrow morning or early afternoon, before settling North or Northwest 3 or 4 during the evening.
State of Sea
Slight or moderate, becoming smooth or slight tomorrow morning.
Remaining outbreaks of rain clearing away northwards overnight, then fair.
Good, possibly moderate in rain at first.
Outlook for the following 24 hours
North or Northwest 3 or 4, backing West for a time.
State of Sea
Smooth or slight.
Mainly fair, only isolated showers.
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)Shipping forecast updated as of 21 July 2017 10:46pm
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