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Doonalt Weather Forecast

Temperature, wind, rain and more for Doonalt

Donegal, Ireland

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The 7 day weather forecast summary for Doonalt:

The forecast for Doonalt in the coming week is predicting the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 8°C, with a high for the week of 12°C expected on the afternoon of Friday 3rd. The mean minimum temperature will be 3°C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Thursday 9th at 0°C. Expect the coming week to have mostly dry days although Saturday is likely to see a little rain. The current forecast indicates Saturday 9th will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 2.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

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Temperature from our forecast perspective are fairly well defined, they are what we would expect to measure in a standard meteorological screen (in other words, shaded and well ventilated) at 2 metres above ground level.
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Feels Like

The relative humidity is the percent of saturation humidity, generally calculated in relation to saturated vapour density.
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The value given is a total predicted for the previous 3 hrs and includes the time of the forecast being looked at.
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Precip Amount

The total amount of cloud as a percentage is derived from looking at cloud cover throughout the atmosphere and estimating how these combine when looked at from the ground.
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Cloud Amount

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When we measure for forecast air pressure we are normally doing this relative to a certain height and most commonly relative to Mean Sea Level.
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