SMS NewsUpdated: 07:54
Roscommon soft (Flat) and yielding (NH). 4cast dry today, possibility of light showers tomorrow afternoon.
The ground at Cork remains good. Track watered this morning. 4cast dry today.
Downpatrick good. Will monitor weather with regard to watering. 4cast mainly dry today, tomorrow with the risk of a passing shower.
The ground at the Curragh is now good to yielding. 4cast dry and warm today.
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