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Met Éireann's forecast for today and Sunday has a bit of everything, but it will be mainly dry and if you were up early this morning you will be enjoying a lovely morning, nice and bright and little or no wind in this part of the county anyway (Ballyshannon).
The details for the next few days are:
Today will be mainly dry across Ulster, with sunny spells, but a few isolated light showers will occur. Cloud will increase from the Atlantic later in the day. Quite cool, with maximum temperatures of 15 to 17 Celsius, in mostly light west to northwest or variable winds, gradually backing southerly in direction and freshening along the west coast towards nightfall.
Tonight will be breezy and wet, with outbreaks of rain extending from the west to all areas, turning persistent, with heavy bursts. Becoming very mild and humid, with hill and coastal fog. Minimum temperatures 9 to 12 Celsius, in moderate to fresh south to southeast winds.
Sunday morning will be wet and windy at first, with persistent and locally heavy rain. Drier conditions will extend from the west during the morning and early afternoon, with some bright spells developing, but scattered showers also. Southeasterly winds will veer westerly as the rain clears, but they will remain fresh and blustery. Humid for a time, with maximum temperatures of 15 to 18 Celsius, but it will gradually turn cooler and fresher.
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