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30 June 2007 16:25
Humid with rain or showers tonight, with some thundery downpours still possible. Mist and fog patches also. Lowest temperatures of 10 C to 13 C.
Sunny spells and showers tomorrow, with many of the showers turning heavy and thundery again. Highest temperatures of 17 C to 20 C getting windy in the South.
3 Day Outlook
The weather will continue very unsettled next week with low pressure systems moving in from the Atlantic. There will be further spells of wet and windy weather and temperatures will be generally below average. Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday: Some good sunny spells with good drying intervals but there will be passing heavy showers also with a slight risk of hail and some thunderstorm activity. Rather cool for the time of year; temperatures typically 14 to 18 degrees in a fresh west to northwest wind. Wednesday night/Thursday: A deep depression is forecast to pass close to Ireland giving some very wet weather with the possibility of strong to gale force winds; southeasterly veering westerly. Friday: A possibility of a windy day with sunny spells and passing heavy showers.