Dry with clearer skies developing this evening, a freshening south to southeast wind and temperatures around 10C at first falling to a minimum of 6 tonight.
The wind will become fresh to strong in the morning, dry for the day but often cloudy, some rain will develop after dark. Temperatures up to 15C.
The rain will clear early tomorrow night, a dry day Monday with bright or sunny spells and a moderate to fresh southwest wind falling light by the end of the day, temperatures 12C.
8:03pm TomorrowWeather forecast updated as of 4 April 2020 7:00pm
Current shipping forecastValid for 24 Hours
There is a STRONG WIND Warning in operation
Low southwest of Ireland moving slowly north
South to southeast 4 or 5 increasing 5 or 6 tonight and 7 at times tomorrow morning
State of Sea
Slight becoming moderate or rough
Outlook for the following 24 hours
South to southeast veering south to southwest 5 or 6 occasionally 7 at first, decreasing 4 or 5 later
State of Sea
Moderate or rough becoming slight or moderate
Rain Sunday evening dying out overnight
Moderate or good occasionally poor at first becoming good
(heights in metres above Chart Datum)Shipping forecast updated as of 4 April 2020 4:48pm
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