Met Eireann Forecast

Latest Met Eireann Weather Forecast

Today -
Today Rather cloudy and misty with patchy rain or drizzle, but somewhat drier and brighter weather in Ulster with a few showers and becoming drier through north Leinster also. Cool generally with top temperatures of 6 to 9 degrees Celsius, but milder in the southwest and along the south coast with top temperatures there of 10 to 12 degrees Celsius. Winds remain light variable or westerly.

TonightTonight will stay mostly cloudy and misty with further outbreaks of rain and drizzle, but clear spells in parts of the east and north early in the night. Lowest temperatures of between zero and 6 degrees Celsius with some frost in the east and north, but milder in Munster with lows of 6 to 10 degrees Celsius. Winds will be light variable or calm with some fog also.

Tomorrow Tomorrow, Sunday will be cloudy and misty with patchy rain or drizzle, but dry periods also. It will be cool generally with afternoon temperatures of only 6 to 9 degrees Celsius but once again milder over Munster in temperatures of 10 to 12 degrees Celsius. Light south to southeasterly winds will increase moderate near coasts.

Outlook Headline: Becoming unsettled with mild and humid conditions during the early days of next week. Also the risk of rain becoming persistent or heavy at times as well as windy weather, especially near coasts. But then turning cooler and fresher again after midweek. Sunday night will remain cloudy and misty. Rain will turn persistent for a time in a moderate southwesterly breeze. It will become very mild as temperatures rise through the night and reach double digits by morning. Monday will be a mild and cloudy day with outbreaks of rain. Top temperatures will be around 10 to 14 degrees in a moderate westerly breeze. It will remain cloudy and mild on Monday night with further outbreaks of rain, persistent or possibly heavy for at times. Winds will fall light with mist and fog forming. Tuesday and Wednesday will be generally cloudy and mild days but there is the risk of rain becoming persistent and heavy as a low pressure system is likely to deepen as it tracks northeastwards across Ireland. Winds may increase fresh to strong, especially near coasts. Top temperatures around 10 to 13 degrees and mild and frost free night. But as the low pressure clears Ireland northeastwards, it will likely turn cooler and fresher on Thursday with showery rain and some bright or sunny spells in a northwest to westerly breeze.

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