Ireland today

Any early mist will soon lift and clear. It will then be dry but dull during the morning with thick cloud cover and a few spots of drizzle are possible across western areas. Some bright spells will develop. Gentle to moderate south-westerly winds will be locally brisk.

Max temp 7-10C (45-50F).


Ireland tonight

A dull and overcast evening with thick cloud and a chance of showers across western coastal areas. Overnight will be mostly dry but cloudy although some clear spells will develop in the east and there will be showers in the west. Gentle to brisk south-westerly winds.

Min temp 5-8C (41-46F).


Ireland tomorrow

There will be outbreaks of rain and showers across northern and western areas during the morning which will track eastwards during the day and turn increasingly light and patchy. Cloud will break and some sunny spells will develop. Light to gentle variable winds

Max temp 8-11C (46-52F).


Tuesday

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Early mist and fog will soon lift and clear. It will then be dry but dull with thick cloud cover and there may be a few spots of drizzle at times. Light to gentle variable winds

Max temp 7-10C (45-50F).


Wednesday

Early mist will clear. Then dull with thick cloud cover and there will be some spells of light rain and drizzle. Gentle to moderate south-westerly winds will be locally brisk

Max temp 8-11C (46-52F).


Thursday

A largely dry and bright day with long spells of winter sunshine and some patchy cloud cover. The odd isolated shower is possible at times. Light to gentle north-westerly winds

Max temp 7-11C (45-52F).


Friday

Early patches of mist will soon lift and clear. Then dry but overcast and cloudy although some bright spells may develop. Gentle to moderate westerly winds will be locally brisk

Max temp 9-12C (48-54F).


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