NATIONAL FORECAST

TODAY

A cloudy and wet morning with rain, heavy early on. Brighter during the afternoon with a chance of a few scattered light showers. A dry and clear evening. Moderate westerly winds. Mild for February.

11-14C (52-57F).


TONIGHT

A dry and clear evening for a time however a band of rain will push eastwards overnight and will be locally heavy and persistent. Cloudy once the rain has cleared with showers. Gentle to moderate south-westerly winds.

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5-8C (41-46F).


TOMORROW

Early rain will clear eastern areas and clouds will break during the morning to reveal periods of sunshine and a chance of showers, mostly light in nature. Clouds will build in from the west during the afternoon. A cooler day with gentle to moderate westerly winds.

7-10C (45-50F).


REGIONAL FORECAST

Ulster:

A cloudy and wet morning with rain, heavy early on. Brighter during the afternoon with a chance of a few scattered light showers. A dry and clear evening. Moderate westerly winds. Mild for February. High 9-12C (48-54F). Tonight, outbreaks of rain. Low 2-5C (36-41F).

Connacht:

Following early heavy rain, it will be bright and generally dry with sunny intervals and light showers. Moderate westerly winds. High 10-13C (50-55F). Tonight, spells of light rain. Low 0-3C (32-37F).

Munster:

A wet start. It will then be mainly dry, but the morning will be mostly cloudy. Sunny spells later on. Brisk westerly winds. High 10-13C (50-55F). Tonight, spells of heavy rain. Low 2-5C (36-41F).

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Leinster:

Damp with patchy rain for a while. Drier with sunshine during the afternoon. Fresh south-westerly winds. Staying mild for February. High 11-14C (52-57F). Tonight, heavy rain later on. Low 1-4C (34-39F).

Dublin:

Light rain in the morning will clear to leave a fine and dry afternoon with sunny spells. Brisk westerly winds. A very mild day. High 11-14C (52-57F). Tonight, heavy rain later on. Low 3-6C (37-43F).

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