Most areas will have a cool but dry day with spells of sunshine and variable cloud. However, the odd shower could break out in the north this morning, and the east during the afternoon, with most areas then becoming dry this evening. Generally light north-westerly winds.Max temp 14-17°C (57-63°F).
The north and east will be chilly but largely dry with long clear periods and just the odd mist patch. However, the south-west will see cloud spread in, giving some patchy rain by morning. A light breeze for most.Min temp 4-7°C (39-45°F).
It will become cloudy across Ireland, with rain initially in the south-west making its way slowly north-eastwards through the day. A few heavy bursts of rain are quite possible, although the south-west will see rain ease in the evening. Cool and breezy.Max temp 14-17°C (57-63°F).
Spells of rain will affect southern parts, some potentially heavy and prolonged. Generally light rain for the north. Breezy.Max temp 15-18°C (59-64°F).
Any early rain in the south-east should clear, with sunny spells developing across much of Ireland. However, the odd shower is possible in the south.Max temp 16-19°C (61-66°F).
Dry for a time, but with showers or longer spells of rain set to push across southern and western parts later.Max temp 15-18°C (59-64°F).
It is set to be unsettled with showers or lengthier periods of rain, some possibly on the heavy side. Gentle westerly winds.Max temp 15-18°C (59-64°F).